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Black cherry tomatoes are sweet and robust. Bred in Florida by the late Vince Sapp, the round fruits are almost black in color. The flavor is dynamic - much like an heirloom. High yielding. Indeterminate. Organically grown.
Harvest in 64 days.
Black Cherry Tomato 50 Organic Seeds
Delicious first-early heirloom. Cocktail-sized, 1-2 oz. red fruits borne on a compact, determinate plant. Sweetness combines with moderate acidity to create a wonderfully complex flavor. Smooth internal texture characteristic of the finer heirlooms. Very nice eating tomato. Tolerant of cooler spring temperatures and particularly well-adapted to the North. Generally the first tomato to ripen in the field. Watering evenly will reduce splitting. Determinate.
Harvest in 60 days.
Glacier Cherry Tomato 50 Heirloom Seeds
Gold Nugget Cherry Tomato is an early, prolific, golden cherry tomato. 15 to 20 gram, round to slightly oval cherry tomatoes have a deep yellow color. The flavor is well-balanced and delicious, and a majority of the early fruits are seedless. Healthy, compact plants with a concentrated early set. Developed by Dr. James Baggett, Oregon State Univ. Determinate. Organically grown.
Harvest in 58 days.
Gold Nugget Cherry Tomato 50 Organic Seeds
Fabulous cherry-sized tomato, Sweetie Tomato is, well, sweet! So sweet, that its high sugar content can be used for juice or preserves without adding sugar. Perfect home garden variety, Sweeties are ideal for eating fresh in salads, relishes and canning. Continuous producer until the first frost. Indeterminate.
Harvest 70 days.
Sweetie Cherry Tomato 50 Heirloom Seeds
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