69 days, indeterminate — 'Kimberley', which is also incorrectly marketed as "Kimberly" by some sellers, is a very early maturing, potato leaf variety that produces red, one to two ounce, juicy fruits. The fruits are generally round in shape with some having points on the ends. The taste is good, mild and more like a full sized red tomato than a standard cherry-type.
Bred in Kimberley, British Columbia by John de Rocque, reportedly from a stabilized cross between 'Tiny Tim' and 'Siberia', sometime in the mid-1980s. Our original seed was sent to us by author and tomato authority Craig LeHoullier. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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