61 day. These are delightful cherry tomatoes. Huge yields of small, tart-sweet cherry tomatoes grow on vigorous vines. Originally from Russia, this tomato is early and does well in cooler climates.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
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One of the first tomatoes I ever grew from seed. Was VERY pleased and amazed at the yield. It did take me a while to figure out when to pick them. I don't know if it was the heat or if I Ieft them on the vine too long, but the first ones I picked were a little sour. I started picking them when they were still a little orange, and they had a lot better flavor.
Been growing these for years and the yields are huge and they keep producing until there is a frost here in Colorado. They do get bushy and need a few feet of room to spread out. This is a must plant for you garden.
I started growing this variety a couple of years ago when I first started ordering from Annie's and it never disappoints! some tomatos have been hard for me to get a good yield here in MS if they dont like the heat, but this one always produces great, and long into the season-till frost! which is like December for me! great tasting, I am coming back for more. It is a very short and more wide plant, great for a container. Try it!
I've been picking these little tomatoes for nearly three months and they show no sign of letting up. Great taste. Plant has about a four to five foot spread so next year, I'll allow more room. No sign of disease, wilt, etc.