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What are the pros? Very productive
What are the cons? Easy picking for the squirrels
Easy to grow. Very prolific. Had to cover plants with deer netting . Squirrels were plucking every tomato off of the vine. Tasty but not as good as some larger dark tomatoes we have had.
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What are the pros? Great flavor
What are the cons? None
I just harvested our first batch of these - got over 5 lbs! And my husband hasn't stopped snacking on them all day. The flavor is incredible. We have 5 varieties of tomatoes this year, a mix of paste, cherry, grape and slicers, and these have been the first to mature. Our A Grappoli D'Inverno aren't far behind though! The germination rate of the Black Cherries was great, very easy to grow; we were able to transplant about 20 plants in the first week of June and they've all grown like crazy. Every plant is heavy with fruit and very few have split; our summer has been very hot and mostly dry, but when it rains, it's torrential and still only a couple split. Our Amish and Opalka paste are much more prone to splitting. Average fruit weight for us has been 1 oz, almost exactly. We will definitely be growing these again next year!
What are the pros? Easy to grow, high yield
What are the cons? none
These cherry tomatoes are very large and absolutely beautiful. I started my seeds inside and transplanted outdoors mid June. The plants grow to about 5 feet and produce a lot of fruit!
3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
These have been churning out tomatoes non-stop! A really wonderful tomato to have in the garden. They are so sweet and they have made wonderful additions to salads and just eating them whole. Very easy to grow and seemed to handle various weather changes quite well. We had a cold spell after the last frost, but they thrived.
15 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful color and flavor
These were our garden "winners" last year. The taste is rich and sweet, and the color makes them attractive alone, with other tomatoes or in salads. I had difficult getting them to germinate. It took about 3 weeks. This isn't a problem now that I know to start early.
As another reviewer mentioned, these don't like soggy soil. Unfortunately, one of our plants was in a pot last year and the drain hole clogged up during a heavy rain, and it nearly killed the plant. My only regret is not planting more of these, because I had friends asking if I had any more, constantly. I'll fix that this year. :)