These deliciously rich and sweet tomatoes produce fruit with abandon! About 1-1.5” with chartreuse-yellow (allow them to yellow slightly) skin when ripe, they hang in clusters on compact vines that reach about 3.5’ max. Great for mixed cherry baskets. Despite the shorter vines, they do require support as they tend to be very heavy plants. Perfect for containers. A DEFINITE MUST HAVE! Indeterminate.
Green Grape Cherry Tomato
The plants want good soil, lots of sun and heat, regular feeding, and careful staking. Your reward will be sweet fruit for many weeks, plus the rich, unmistakable Tomato scent that alone is enough to make your mouth water.
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