Dwarf variety from the USA.
Discovered in 2006 in 'Mixed Dwarf' culture by Bill Jeffers. There was one plant that formed little red conical tomatoes. Bill Jeffers sent the seeds from them to Dan McMurray who selected the most interesting type, larger-elongated-pointed-heart-shaped. He called them Dwarf Red Heart.
Juicy with a good taste of old-fashioned tomatoes in a small red heart-shaped fruit.
Determined growing compact plants of about 80 cm - 2,5ft with regular foliage.
Good support is necessary to bear the large number of fruits.
Good yields from mid-season.