80 days, indeterminate
— Also known as the "Wild Florida Everglades," 'Everglades' produces a small, currant-type fruit that can be best described as providing huge flavor in a tiny package. The regular leaf plants are vigorous, sprawling, very productive, drought and heat tolerant, and pest resistant.
We received this variety by Craig LeHoullier
who wrote, "This is a pretty rare Florida heirloom - tiny pink fruit, probably a currant tomato, unusual in having a pink one, tasty - issue is that it holds its stem when picking, so can top split. It is a tomato factory - one of the few that do well in Florida.
" It was shared with Craig by Melissa DeSa after meeting at a SSE event.
Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.