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Jessie Keith

(Cherry Tomato, Sungold Cherry Tomato)

Golden cherry tomatoes with uncommon sweetness grace the branches of this vigorous indeterminate cherry tomato in summer. This breakthrough F1 hybrid was introduced by the Japanese Tokita Seed Company and has since become one of the must popular cherry tomatoes available. This is largely because of the perfectly balanced sugary flavor of its fruits. Tomatoes are produced 65 days after planting.

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually...

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James H. Schutte

(Cherry Tomato, Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato)

The cherry tomato 'Sweet 100' produces long clusters of sweet, red cherry tomatoes that are incredibly sweet and flavorful. Super sweet cherries like this are ideal for salads or eating off the vine. Fruits are ready to harvest 65 to 70 days after planting. This indeterminate, or vining, cherry tomato requires staking, trellising or caging. Its fruits are prone to splitting after rain.

Nothing epitomizes summer eating like cherry tomatoes. These short-lived tender perennials are usually grown...

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National Garden Bureau

(Cherry Tomato, Sweet Treats 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, Tomatoberry Tomato)

These bright red, persimmon-shaped cherry tomatoes are super sweet! They are produced in long clusters on indeterminate vines. Fruit is produced 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 have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Yellow flowers are followed by succulent round berry fruits.

Tomatoes require full sun and perfectly drained,...

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Burpee Seed Co.

(Pear Cherry Tomato, Yellow Pear Cherry Tomato)

Beautiful pear shaped cherry tomatoes of lemon yellow are produced in profusion by this classic heirloom. The mild fruits of ‘Yellow Pear’ are produced in long clusters on indeterminate vines, which bear fruit 70 to 80 days after planting. They make a colorful addition to salads and children love their fun look.

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...

(Tomato)

Probably the most popular garden vegetable grown, tomatoes come in all shapes, colors and sizes and make our summers a little brighter and sweeter.

These new world plants were domesticated, cultivated and enjoyed by Native Americans, from North to South America, but did not make it into European until the mid 1500s where it was primarily grown as an ornamental. Think of southern Italian cooking without the tomato! It’s hard to imagine, but these fruits did not enter the Italian diet until around...

(Wild Tomato)

The common domesticated tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum), and its hundreds of cultivars, dominates conversation and growing space in gardens worldwide. The wild or Peruvian tomato is a lesser known tomato sibling that produces small, coin-sized fruits. While botanists to South America collected plant specimens of the Peruvian tomato, the species is not usually grown. Peruvian tomato was among the first tomato plants grown at European botanical gardens centuries ago. However, modern research...

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Jessie Keith

(Currant Tomato)

A productive vining plant that produces scores of fingernail-sized red fruits, the currant tomato is a closely related, better-tasting cousin to modern-day cultivated tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum). The two species interbreed readily, and the currant tomato historically has provided many new traits for cherry-type tomato varieties grown in modern gardens. While the wild form of the currant tomato isn't commonly grown today, it is considered a heirloom tomato in the United States, as...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Cat's Claw)

Large yellow trumpet-like blooms make this an outstanding vine for tropical gardens. Cat's claw is naturally distributed across a huge area of the Americas from Mexico to Argentina, including the West Indies. It thrives in warm coastal climates as well as the desert, where frost is rare and fleeting.

Its small lush evergreen leaves are borne on woody stems that cling to surfaces with unusual three pronged claw-like tendrils. These allow them to climb onto buildings, fences and walls with a...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Cycad, Moore's Macrozamia)

This is one of the world's most stunning and grandiose cycads, as it mimics the silhouette and beauty of a small Canary Island date palm. Moore's macrozamia cycad is native to the forest edges and slopes in tropical Queensland, Australia and northern New South Wales. This slow-growing cycad, which reproduces by cones, is neither a palm nor a fern. Cycads are ancient plants that existed with the dinosaurs eons ago. Eventually, Moore's macrozamia cycad develops a tall trunk-like stem with mop head...