Organically Home Grown!! Open Pollinated. Indeterminate. Non GMO. Min. 15 seeds. **One of the tiniest, sweetest little tomatoes you'll ever grow! ** They are delicious!
Plants produce endless currant sized fruits that start off green and ripen to light creamy yellow.
SO SWEET with low acidity. Great for just popping in your mouth or for adding color to salads. These were my most popular variety at the 2017 farmers market!! I sold out of these every week!
Highly productive plants. I strongly recommend staking young plants as indeterminate varieties continue to grow all season. These were some of my earliest tomatoes, and they kept producing well after my other tomatoes had died back in the fall. These seem to have some resistance to fungal diseases compared to other varieties in my garden last year.
Start indoors 4-6 weeks before average last frost. Harden off in a sheltered location outdoors before transplanting into garden. Transplant seedlings after danger of frost has passed. Plant seedlings deep--bury 1/3 of plant under the soil to encourage root growth and sturdier plants. It is okay to cover 1 or 2 sets of leaves under the soil.
Provide lots of space between plants!--I recommend at least 3 or 4 feet between indeterminate varieties--This one in particular grows A LOT over the course of a season. Overcrowding can lead to a variety of problems including mildew and disease.
Good companions: Borage, (repels tomato Hornworm) Marigolds, (a fantastic overall garden companion plant) and Basil.