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Meet the world's smallest tomato, bred at the University of Florida. It's nearly prostrate, growing 5 to 8 inches tall, and has tasty, red, 1-inch fruit. Try it in hanging baskets and window boxes. If you can't find plants, order seeds from Tomato Growers Supply Company or Totally Tomatoes.
PRESCRIPTION FOR SUCCESS: Full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Feed with a liquid 20-20-20 fertilizer every two weeks. Rent military drones to protect ripe fruit from hungry mockingbirds.