I love Tomatoes
If you have room for just two tomato plants, make one a regular and the second one a cherry tomato. Skip the giant tomato and choose a 6-8 ounce tomato that is a heavy producer. Those giant, 2 or 3 pound tomatoes are few and far between.
My new favorite cherry tomato is the yellow Sun Gold. They are a sweet little tomato.
Here is it’s baby picture: it is the one in the middle.
Indeterminate, with long vines. This may be the first and the last tomato to come out of your garden this year.
Unlike heirloom tomatoes, an (F1) tomato will not reproduce the same Sun Gold tomato that came from the seed packet.
You can’t save seed from the Hybrid F1 (first generation) plants are the result of a cross between two varieties. To learn more about F1 tomatoes go to – What is an F-1 Tomato?
Every spring, dozens of little volunteer tomatoes show up in the garden. Usually they grow up to be cherry tomatoes.
Include a cherry tomato in you garden this summer. Cherries are the first to ripen and continue producing all summer and until frost.
Cherry tomatoes are the first taste of home grown, vine-ripened tomato we get every year. As the big full sized tomatoes begin to ripen, the little cherry tomatoes are still heavily producing. I cut these tomatoes in half and put them in the food dehydrater.
These little cherries become the high priced, rich and red sun dried tomatoes you see in gourmet shops..
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