These great tasting cherry tomatoes offer a unique new color that is a mix of brown and red with golden highlights. They are not just deep red nor are they black, but a rich burnished shade of bronze. As pretty as they are to look at, what makes them truly special is their taste--sweet with a good measure of acid and a richness that fills your mouth with fabulous, earthy flavor. Vigorous, tall vines put on a very heavy set of these 1-inch, crack-resistant fruits. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Perfect little 1 oz. red cherries grow on medium-sized plants that are easier to manage than the very tall plants of some cherry tomatoes. Sweet, juicy fruit are thin-skinned yet crack-resistant with a delicious, rich flavor. Expect abundant and early harvests to extend all the way to the end of the growing season. Indeterminate. 60 days.
Large-fruited cherry tomato is deep pink with amazingly good rich, sweet flavor and crisp texture. Highly productive plants grow long clusters of tomatoes that are crack resistant yet still very juicy. Great disease resistance and beautiful pink color that is hard to find in cherry tomatoes make this variety a very special newcomer. Indeterminate. 70 days.
This dwarf variety is one of America's most popular varieties ever for growing on patios, decks, courtyards, or wherever garden space is limited. Plants have attractive, deep green foliage and only become about 2 ft. tall, but produce large harvests of bright red, 3 to 4 oz. flavorful tomatoes. Outstanding for growing in containers -- one that measures at least 12 inches wide works best. Determinate. 70 days.
This is the first truly black cherry tomato and our own exclusive variety. It is not a plum, but a perfectly round cherry with classic black tomato flavor, sweet yet rich and complex. Fruit picks clean from the stem and is produced in abundance on vigorous, tall plants. These cherries are irresistibly delicious and a unique addition to the color spectrum of cherry tomatoes now available. Selected by the founder for sweetness, increased crack tolerance and yield. Indeterminate. 65 days.
This popular dwarf variety of cherry tomato thrives in relatively small pots or hanging baskets set on sunny windowsills or outdoor patios. Plants only become 8 to 12 in. tall and bear masses of 1-1/4 inch full-flavored tomatoes with a touch of sweetness. It is a very rewarding harvest from a small tomato plant that can be grown in an 8-inch pot. Determinate 55 days.
Originally from Siberia, this very sweet golden-yellow cherry tomato is about the size of a quarter and produced in clusters. The flavor is not just sweet, but has a special depth of rich flavor. Once you try Galina's, you may find it becoming your favorite yellow cherry tomato. Potato-leaved plants yield heavily for a plentiful harvest. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Yellow-gold cherry tomatoes start out as amethyst purple before they ripen to a glowing golden with a hint of purple remaining at their tops. They have a delicious sweet yet acid flavor and are visually stunning. This variety started out as a selection out of Indigo Blue Berries, and was bred by Brad Gates. Indeterminate. 75 days.
This delightful variety produces yellow-gold cherry tomatoes with red marbling. Marbling varies from just a red blush to extensive streaking inside and out. What is consistent, however, is the sweet taste that is also rich and fruity, and very delicious. Tomatoes are about 3/4 inch across and are round to oblate in shape. Very productive plants bear throughout a long season. Indeterminate. 67 days.
A hybrid orange cherry tomato with unbelievably good flavor and productivity. Very sweet, fruity-tasting tomatoes are borne in long clusters on vigorous plants. Many other cherry tomatoes have a tendency to crack, especially when ripe, but this one has crack resistance bred in while still keeping a thin skin. The taste of these tomatoes is such a delight that they're often picked and eaten in the garden instead of ever making it indoors. Indeterminate. 62 days.