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Curly Kaley is a micro dwarf variety growing to around 20cm in height. Very special and unique growth with the look of "the stick gene". The plant looks like a bonsai-tomato with rugose, curled, and kale-like leaves. The fruits ripen from green to bright red, weighing around 15 grams each. The fruits are oval and firm with mostly flesh and very few seeds, very unusual for a micro dwarf. Semi-determinate. 65D. 10seeds/pack
Micro Dwarfs, also known as "kitchen tomatoes & pot tomatoes", are perfect in size to grow in pots, in- and outdoors, in the windowsill, and also in the garden as a front row of higher varieties. The average height is from 15cm to 30cm, around 40-50cm for the highest varieties. No pruning of the suckers is needed. Normally no staking or support is needed. If planted in a smaller container the plant will grow to a smaller size. If planted in a large container the plant normally grows larger. Also, the size of the fruits can get bigger in a larger container. Some determinate micro dwarf varieties can also give a second smaller crop if watered fertilized. If the plant would grow too large, prune it to fit the space. If you have the room, just let it grow and expand!
For more information about how to grow the Curly Kaley Tomato follow the link - How to Grow Tomatoes.