(Lycopersicon esculentum) Heirloom. Vigorous plant to 3m high producing abundant, tiny, round, yellow fruit to just over 1cm across in clusters of 6-8 fruit. Sweet flavour with no tartness. High yields, producing up to 1000 fruit per bush. In one growers words it 'goes like crazy'. Hardy bush continuing to produce after frost. Originally found growing in a pavement crack in the streets of Indianapolis. Place whole truss in oven to bake, or sprinkle throughout salads. 75 days. 200 seeds
Not good in the wet
By: Steve on 29 July 2013
We grew a mix of 8 cherry tomatoes last season and managed to sell between 20 to 100 kg per week of the mix. We found these to be the worst performer on two counts. They were the first to split in the wet and they were very poor travellers in the punnets. The only way we could prevent splitting in the punnet was to leave the stem in place. That said, for the home gardner, they are brilliant because they are prolific and taste great!