Inkspot Microdwarf Tomatoes

Way back in the fall, I joined a seed swap on Instagram.
It was a fun way to share seeds from our areas and seeds from plants we love.
The host, Ash from Grower’s Blend, gifted participants with seeds from her own shop.
She sent me both Gun Metal Grey tomatoes and Inkspot microdwarf tomatoes.
I am a huge tomato nerd and was over joyed with these seed packets.

So a few weeks ago, after a discussion with Hubby about growing food indoors, I decided to start some of the Inkspots. They’re little, can be kept as a houseplant easily, and they make food.
Gotta like that.
So into some potting soil went 5 seeds.
All 5 sprouted.
And look how damn cute these wee tomatoes are!

For scale, I started them in those individual yogurt serving cups.
(please remember, I don’t buy those yogurt cups, we get them in our Loop food waste for farm animals pickups)
Doesn’t help?
Okay, here’s one with my coffee cup for scale…

It’s a big cup, about 5 inches tall, holds several traditional cups of coffee at a time.
Because coffee is life, ya know?

Anyways, the tomatoes…
Almost ready for their next pots.
I’ve a handful of 3/4 gallon pots that will be their permanent homes and we’ll see how they do.
If nothing else, the happiness factor of having houseplants (with cats who don’t really care about them) is worth something.


4 thoughts on “Inkspot Microdwarf Tomatoes

  1. Sandee says:

    Let me know when they are ready to eat and I’ll bring some bacon, mayo, lettuce and bread and we’ll have BLTs.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

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  2. gail says:

    nice tomatos.

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  3. Leigh says:

    I’m intrigued! I didn’t know tomatoes could grow so tiny. I’ll be curious about the size of the tomato fruits.

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    • WolfSong says:

      I have a Yellow Canary variety fruiting right now, and they’re the size of a mid-size cherry tomato.
      I think the plant would have more fruits on it if I had gotten around to putting it into the 3/4 gallon pot is should be in, but I just haven’t got to it yet. 😉
      The Inkspots are the same, a cherry sized fruit on a micro dwarf plant.


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