Dwarf Barossa Moon


    • Grown and sold by Heritage Tomato Seed
    • Plant growth: indeterminate, dwarf
    • Leaf type: potato, rugose
    • Fruit: 1-1.5 oz white/yellow cherry
    • Season: early/mid season
    • Height: ~4 ft. (full sun)
    • OSSI-Pledged seeds (see “Additional Information” below)
    • Seeds per pack: 20

From my field notes: Dwarf Barossa Moon potato leaf, 1-1.5 oz. white/yellow. round to slightly oblate. Very good tomato flavor, slightly sweet.

Dwarf Barossa Moon (Snowy family) – 70 days – The Snowy family was created by Ray South in 2009 by crossing Snow White Cherry with a red F2 selection from the Sleepy line. Dwarf Barossa Moon was selected and named by Patrina Nuske Small. Final selection was carried out by Susan Oliverson, and significant help was provided by Tessa Milesse, Marge Holloway, Nicky North, Linda Black, Charlotte Burk, Deb Cook, Antoniette Koshykar, and Craig LeHoullier. Bill Minkey grew out the release lot of seed. Potato leaf dwarf produced lots of 2-4 oz ivory colored fruit that range from round to oval, with a mildly sweet, pleasant flavor.

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Patrina Nuske Small and Craig LeHoullier (co-architects of the Dwarf Tomato Project) have released this variety under the Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI) pledge:
“You have the freedom to use these OSSI-Pledged seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents or other means, and to include this pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their derivatives.”
More information can be found here.