You need a better photo of the New Big Dwarf tomatoes on your website! It is an awesome plant - very prolific - good tasting - good sized fruit !! If you decide to use any of the photos - be my guest - I would love to see more gardeners plant NBD just because they will find out what I did - NBD is a great performer!!
Thanks! Hudson England
Another old timer that should be grown more. I was really surprised at the size of fruits that this plant produced - a couple were well over half a pound! Big pink, oblate "mini-beefsteaks" with good mild flavor.
This plant likes to be well fed and well-watered (the latter applies more so if being grown in a pot) and will reward you handsomely until killing frost for doing so.
HISTORY: PI 645154 - A cross between Ponderosa X Dwarf Champion, introduced by Isbell's Seed Company in the early 1900's.
(Photo credit: Hudson England)
NEW BIG DWARF
GROWTH HABIT: Dwarf / Indeterminate
MATURITY: Early to mid-season
LEAF TYPE: Rugose
FRUIT CLASS: Salad - Slicer
FRUIT SHAPE: Globe; variable
FRUIT SIZE: Medium
FRUIT COLOR: Pink
ORIGIN: Commercial heirloom