80 days, indeterminate
— 'White Cherry' produces loads of pale-ivory to yellow colored, one-half to one ounce fruits that have a sweet, fruity flavor. The less sun exposure the fruits receive, the paler the color.
Originally introduced to gardeners by the Seed Savers Exchange in 1998 as 'Pale Yellow Cherry', they described it as, "... Six foot, indeterminate, regular leaf type, inserted stigma, highly rounded yellow fruit, green shoulders, one-inch in diameter by one-inch high, small blossom scar, also known as 'White Cherry', from IL DA J, SSE TOMATO 2466.
" Our seed stock was grown out from seed obtained from the Seed Savers Exchange. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.