The name of this German heirloom variety means 'giant bunch of grapes,' and that is what clusters of these cherry tomatoes will remind you of. Bouquet-type blossoms turn into bunches of 20 to 40 small, oval red fruit with pointed ends. Vines are very branched, and become covered with fruit. Flavor is excellent, offering taste found in larger tomatoes. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This little yellow cherry tomato is bigger than a currant tomato but smaller than most grape tomatoes. It won the coveted All America Award. The fruit are super sweet and pale yellow. They explode with flavor and have mild acid which enhances the natural sugars that are so abundant in this variety. Plants should be staked or caged and offer a good disease package. One of the AAS judges had this to say, "Superior yield and ease of harvest make this variety deserving of an award." With more than 500 fruit possible per plant, you will have enough to share with the neighbors. Indeterminate 78 days
Elongated cherry type is part of the Artisan(TM) series and has a beautiful color combination of deep green striping and a backdrop that develops from green to red when the fruit is ready to pick. The tomato's interior is marbled with red, and its flavor is sweet and rich with bright acidic notes. Indeterminate. 70 days.
A tomato like you've probably never seen before, these small, ruffled red fruit are unique in appearance, but distinctive in flavor also. Their taste is rich and assertive, slightly sweet with a bit of zing added in. Only about 2 inches across, these flattened scalloped tomatoes appear in great profusion, perfect for cutting into halves for a salad or using on plates as a garnish. Indeterminate. 72 days.
Very short compact plants yield 3/4 to 1 inch fruit that is yellow-green when ripe and easy to harvest. Full of flavor, sweet and juicy, these cherry type tomatoes are a real taste treat. Prolific variety is sure to be a favorite in the garden. Determinate. 70 days.
Attractive green and yellow striped tomatoes have a unique, elongated shape, about 2 inches long and 1 inch wide and tapered at the tip. But even more impressive than their appearance is their bright, acidic yet sweet flavor. The taste is similar to that of Green Zebra, and very refreshing and delicious. Chefs as well as home cooks will find these tomatoes quite versatile in the kitchen, and they pair beautifully with the other "tigers" in this series. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Perfect for container growing, this dwarf tomato plant only becomes 10 to 12 inches tall, but produces lots of flavorful, small red tomatoes. Dark green, quilted leaves are attractive and fruit is abundant, making this a great variety for indoor gardening. Needs no staking. Determinate. 70 days.
Tiny golden-orange cherry tomatoes bursting with sweet, juicy flavor are produced in large clusters on this heirloom variety from France. Fruit is only 1/2 to 1 inch in diameter, but has a big taste, which is honestly quite similar to that of Sungold. Tall vines yield plenty of these delicious little fruit. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Pretty little green cherry fruit have fabulous flavor, making Green Doctors a favorite new green variety. Small tomatoes are about 3/4-inch and borne on long trusses. This variety originated as a green variation of the white Dr. Carolyn tomato growing in the garden of Amy Goldman. Compared to Green Grape, Green Doctors is smaller and sweeter with a nice balance of tartness mingled in. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Large harvests of small plum shaped fruit, perfect for salads. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Clusters of plum shaped yellow fruit, 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Flavorful and excellent for preserves or salads. Production continues until frost. Indeterminate. 78 days.