Extreme North Tomato
EXTREME NORTH
(Krainiy Sever)
These small, tree-type, thick-stemmed plants were bred for the cold (Zones 3-4). They produce red, smallish globe fruits of good flavor.

In my 2013 garden, the heat didn't stop them from producing until frost. Another great container variety.
HISTORY: Introduced to North America by Andrey Baranovski of Minsk, Belarus in 2007 and later distributed by Dan and Val McMurray. The Russian name (Krainiy Sever) was translated when seeds were traded and has been become known here as 'Extreme North'.

GROWTH HABIT: Dwarf / Determinate
MATURITY: Early-season
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Salad
FRUIT SHAPE: Globe
FRUIT SIZE: Small
FRUIT COLOR: Red
USE: Slicing, Salsa, Canning
ORIGIN: OP - Russian commercial