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(Tomato, Vilma Tomato)

Bred especially for containers and small spaces, this pretty little tomato yields a generous crop of small, oval, bright red fruits over a long season. The sweet, succulent, bite-sized fruits are quite decorative, perfect for snacking and fresh eating. They are borne on compact, determinate plants approximately 90 days from sowing.

Plant tomatoes in full sun and fertile, well-drained, slightly acid garden loam after all danger of frost has passed. Seedlings may be started indoors under grow-lights...

(Tomato, Wapsipinicon Peach Heirloom Tomato)

The heirloom tomato 'Wapsipinicon Peach' produces small fuzzy yellow fruits on indeterminate, vining plants. Harvest begins about 80 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues over a long season. The sweet, juicy, golf-ball-sized fruits were judged most flavorful in the 2006 Seed Saver's Exchange Heirloom Tomato Tasting. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed. It descends from 'White Peach', which originated in the late nineteenth century.

Tomatoes are short-lived...

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Mark A. Miller

(Heirloom Beefsteak Tomato, Tomato, White Queen Tomato)

The large, lightly ribbed fruits of ‘White Queen’ are palest yellow on the outside with ivory flesh on the inside. This classic white heirloom is valued for its mild tart flavor and novel color. Fruits are produced around 85 days after planting.

The garden tomato is a short-lived tender perennial vine that is grown as an annual crop. Its compound leaves are medium green, hairy and have a strong fragrance. Some vines have thick, potato-like leaves while others have more delicate, dissected leaves....

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Felder Rushing

(Cherry Tomato, Tomato)

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Yellow flowers are followed by small, succulent fruits ideal for salads or eating straight off the vine.

Tomatoes require full sun and perfectly drained, slightly acid garden loam. The vines root along the stems and should be planted deep for better establishment. They are cold sensitive,...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Black Pearl Tomato, Cherry Tomato)

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Yellow flowers are followed by small, succulent fruits ideal for salads or eating straight off the vine.

Tomatoes require full sun and perfectly drained, slightly acid garden loam. The vines root along the stems and should be planted deep for better establishment. They are cold sensitive,...

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James H. Schutte

(Cherry Tomato, Grape Tomato)

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Yellow flowers are followed by small, succulent fruits ideal for salads or eating straight off the vine.

Tomatoes require full sun and perfectly drained, slightly acid garden loam. The vines root along the stems and should be planted deep for better establishment. They are cold sensitive,...

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All-America Selections

(Cherry Tomato, Juliet Tomato)

The unusual cherry tomatoes of this 1999 All America Selections winner are elongated like miniature plum tomatoes. The super sweet, flavorful fruits are produced in long clusters on indeterminate vines which bear fruit only 60 days after planting. The crack-resistant fruits are ideal for salads or eating fresh off the vine.

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves have...

(Riesentraube Tomato, Tomato)

The richly flavored fruits of this German heirloom cherry tomato are borne in large grape-like bunches (hence its name, which translates to “giant grape"). Harvest begins 70 to 80 days after plants are set out, and continues through summer. This indeterminate ("vining") cultivar dates back to at least the mid-nineteenth century. It is propagated by open-pollinated seed.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender perennials that are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves have...

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Jessie Keith

(Cherry Tomato, Show White Tomato)

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Yellow flowers are followed by small, succulent fruits ideal for salads or eating straight off the vine.

Tomatoes require full sun and perfectly drained, slightly acid garden loam. The vines root along the stems and should be planted deep for better establishment. They are cold sensitive,...

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All-America Selections

(Cherry Tomato, Sugary Tomato)

The name says it all; these red cherry tomatoes are super sweet! The elongated fruits of the 2005 All America Selections Winner, ‘Sugary’, look much like mini plum tomatoes with slightly pointy tips. The super sweet, flavorful fruits are produced in long clusters on indeterminate vines, which bear fruit only 60 days after planting.

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown as annuals. Their medium green, hairy, compound leaves...