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Small Red Cherry Tomato<br><b>Sold Out for 2018</b>
'Small Red Cherry' tomatoes.
Small Red Cherry Tomato
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Item Id: 3400501 review

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Small Red Cherry

65 days, indeterminate — For an indeterminate cherry-type tomato, the plants are fairly compact, very productive, and great for home gardeners with limited space. Others have had success using this variety in hanging planters.

The pinkish-red fruits are oval and have nice, full flavor and a nice size for snacking and salads. There are approximately 150 to 160 seeds per 0.25 gram.
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Great yields, taste, plants are too big
Plants grew quickly to eight feet and produced like crazy until the middle of August. They stopped producing because of the heat until October. All tomatoes do that here. But picking all the tomatoes took forever because I had to stand on a bucket to do it. They taste great and are bursting with juice. I guess if I give them less nitrogen they wouldn't grow so tall. They got a disease but it didn't stop them. Only the lower leaves were affected.
Reviewed by: Crissa Becker from Texas. on 1/3/2018
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