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65.3% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Color, taste, prolific,
What are the cons? Nothing
These tomatoes were wonderful. We had almost every seed sprout. The plants were just loaded with tiny little tomatoes. The kept on producing up until we had a freeze wipe out the last of them. Definitely will be getting some more of these as we forgot to save any seeds since we ate them all.
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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific, beautiful, easy,
What are the cons? None
I grew these gorgeous tomatoes for the first time last year and I am SO glad I did! They are so beautiful, the plants have purple on them and the tomatoes are the most beautiful shades of purple, dark and rich and an amazing deep red when ripe where shaded. My family doesn't care much for raw tomatoes but I make a lot of pasta sauces and salsa and so I grow tons of tomatoes. Since cherries are best for fresh eating I didn't bother to ever grow any. But these were too pretty to not grow. I ended up making tons of burst cherry tomato sauce which was so incredible, fresh and light, super flavorful and was so pretty with the dark purple tomatoes. Even my picky family loved it! I have a bunch of it in the freezer so we can have a taste of summer on these dark winter days. Also, this was extremely prolific. I grew three plants and had more than I could ever eat! The entirety of one all went to the local food bank.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful and flavorful
We just love this little blue tomato. I think the flavor may have to do with location, soil, and possibly what you add to your soil. Others who have reviewed this tomato don't like its taste. For us, it's one of our favorites. It has a delicious, intense tomato flavor and is not bitter at all. If you are on the fence about trying this tomato, I guess you'll never know if you don't try it. :) I've found this to be a tough little plant too, surviving some rather chilly spring temperatures when I was too impatient to wait until May 15th to set them out. Yes, a week early for our zone and they made it!
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful, Productive
Beautiful, productive cherry tomatoes. Medium sized cherry looks great in a mix with other cherries. Flavor is not the absolute best, but is still pleasant. Did well in my unheated greenhouse right up until almost Thanksgiving!
3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Extremely Prolific, Pretty
What are the cons? Terrible Flavor
I really wish I could find a tomato that loves my dirt the way this one does! It was my least favorite flavor wise, not just bland but funky tasting. Too bad because it is really pretty and true to color description. I planted one seed three years ago and the plant was 15 ft wide and 6 ft deep with hundreds of perfect looking tomatoes. They were unaffected by disease or bugs. My chickens wouldn't even touch them. We had a devastating flood that wiped out everything in the garden in May. Now they have popped back everywhere even far from where I planted them before. If I found another tomato that tasted great and grew like this, I would never have to plant a tomato again!