Cherry & 'Small Fruited'
From the tiniest of 'bite-sized' fruits, to small 'saladette' types, this is my favorite category.
A host of colors to make Disney jealous, coupled with a flavor spectrum that
might just render
Gordon Ramsey speechless!
A true cornucopia awaits those with the room for adventure.
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New for 2017
Elongated green-when-ripe cherry.Darker green striping creates a distinctive appearance. Green Tiger has the greenish-yellow flesh color and bold, sweet and acidic flavor typical of green-when-ripe varieties. Great in mixes with the other Artisan tomatoes™; See also - Blush, Pink Tiger, Lucky Tiger
It does well in the hot humid tropics, and it should do well in the south; reputed to be very productive. The determinate - small bush plant is said to get so loaded with fruit that it needs support. Fruits are small about ½ oz. 80-85 days.
This is a beautiful ornamental tomato is fuzzy like a peach, an interesting botanical oddity known at pubescence. Indeterminate, regular-leaf (well not too regular) plants with a fuzzy, blue-gray "fur" on the leaves. Plant yields an abundance of 1-inch, red, super-sweet cherry tomatoes that also have a slight silvery fuzz on them which causes the red to appear less than red. A spectacular novelty tomato. Rare tomato seeds. This is great selection for a patio garden.
These were AWESOME in my trials last year, for production and flavor. "Early. Indet. plants with dark green regular foliage. It is a prolific bloomer, sets fruit early and produces loads of large round orange cherry fruits with apricot-colored flesh, some up to 2" in diameter. Delicious sweet flavor." from Tatiana's
"Huge clusters of pale yellow, oval shaped cherry tomatoes. Very good, sweet flavor. Huge harvest potential. Come from the largest cherry tomato clusters I have ever seen." - Text & photo from WBF (c)
A very prolific Russian strain, whose brownish-gray fruits are so sweet and meaty that some prefer Black Plum to Roma for making sauces. Also excellent when used in salads or for drying. Oval fruits average 2 to 4 oz., and turn a deep mahogany-brown color at maturity. One of our best for both fresh market and home use.
70 days. A stabilized cross between Yellow Brandywine and Isis Candy! Flattened, round fruits only @ 2-3" , yellow with pink blush on the underside. Very juicy, sweet and fruity when fully ripe; And only 70 days. Very rare !
VERY LIMITED #'s These WILL sell out fast.
WOW!!! best description I can give from my '15 trials -
"Seeds from Gary Cass on The Big Island of Hawaii. After growing this and tasting the fruit, we are excited to feature this new variety at TomatoFest. Named by Gary for the colors and striping that look like the lava that flows from Pu'u 'O 'o', the cinder/spatter cone in the eastern rift zone of the Kilauea volcano. Short indeterminate plants that produce 2", round, light orange tomatoes with subtle green and darker orange vertical striping. The inside flesh is a pastel blush of yellow and pink. The tomatoes are juicy and contain complex, intriguing, well-balanced, fruity flavors that invite you into your next bite with a smile on your face. This is a wonderful salad tomato or just for snacking."- & Pic from Tomatofest (C)
A positively luscious, bite-size golden beauty overflowing with an abundance of fruits - thin-skinned, with a juicy flesh that holds its oh-so-sweet, fresh-from-the-vine flavor. Very early, and a heavy cropper both outdoors and in greenhouses. Cascading trusses are smothered in fruits that remain ripe and ready for picking over long periods of time.
Smallish plants with the classic thin, wispy foliage of most paste types.