Small fruits produced in profusion. Pop them in your mouth!
Days to Maturity figures are really just for comparing between varieties within a category. Actual days will vary from location to location, depending on garden conditions.
Mid season. This beat out Chocolate Cherry in our trials. Not only the best dark cherry tomato, it is just plain delicious by any standard; the perfect balance of sweet and spritely, with a lot of depth. Not plagued by cracking like many of the flavorful cherries. Keeps well, if you can get out of the garden without eating them all. Indeterminate vines.
Possibly the best overall redcherry tomato around. An open-pollinated variety selected by English horticultural genius Alan Chadwick. Plants create indeterminant, rampant vines to 5’ or more. A prolific producer of red fruits with a vine-ripened burst of mature, full-rounded sweetness you will never forget. Rare.
Early, Determinate. We have searched for years for an open-pollinated cherry tomato on a small determinate vine for containers and small gardens. Most cherries are on big spawling vines, and the small-vined types are usually hybrid. Finally we’ve got one, and with great sweet flavor too. Vigorous production.
Mid season. Indeterminate. Dependable, delicious cherry tomato from breeder extraordinaire Alan Kapular. Big trusses of sweet tomatoes like the “sweet 100” types, but open-pollinated. Contains compounds that are known to be calming and stress-reducing, too.
Mid-season. Indeterminate. Bright lemon-yellow pear shaped fruit about 1.5 inches long, a very classy addition to any meal, all with a great mild taste. Very prolific. Drought-resistant.
Early. If you've been looking for a tomato to grow in containers and hanging badkets that has great flavor and is very earlly, you will love Whippersnapper. The plant we grew in a 3-gallon pot produced literally hundreds of tomatoes, almost covering the foliage. In the ground, quite a sprawling plant. Grape-shaped, sweet fruit. Needs less sun than other tomatoes. Thanks to Dan Ludwig for sending seed for this gem.
Several of our varieties, each dyed a different color (with food coloring) so you can know what you are planting. Includes these varieties: Yellow Pear, Black Cherry, Chadwick's Cherry, Peacevine Cherry, and Italian Cherry.