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Tiny Tim has a compact, bush habit and produces masses of very small cherry sized fruits. Introduced over 60 years ago in England.
A perfect heavy cropper where garden space is limited. Excellent in post and containers and on the window sill. This tomato is weel adopted to the British climate, tolerates cooler weather. The fruits ripen quite early, when the plants are only 30 cm tall. Maximum height is about 50 cm.
Sow the Tiny Tim tomato seeds thinly (1 cm deep) into a seed tray or in small pots or cells, covered lightly, watered and placed at between 10-18 Celsius on a windowsill, heated greenhouse or propagator.
Sow February - April. Germination takes 8-11 days.
As soon as seedlings are large enough to handle, prick out. Transplant the seedlings into individual small pots, later on they might need to be repotted if growing quickly and large. Make sure the leaves do not overlap. Temperatures during this stage should be 12-20 Celsius.
Plant outside mid-May-June into final position. Beautiful edible feature in hanging baskets, tubs.
Keep watering in dry spells, especially when flowering and when the fruit is setting.No need for side-shoot removal, as this is a bush variety.