What are the pros? Prolific, color, hardy
What are the cons? Split easily
Overall, I enjoyed growing these brilliant cherry tomatoes. They have grown well, survived a SEVERE drought year, and seem to be more resistant to insect damage and blight than the other several varieties I grew. They haven't taken a ton of work, other than harvesting. And my goodness, am I harvesting these. Honestly, I have one plant at home and two plants at the school garden, and I'm borderline sick of them because they are SO productive. I keep thinking they've got to slow down sometime soon, but they keep surprising me. They would be a great one to grow for market, except that these tomatoes (among all others I'm growing) tend to split while harvesting or shortly after. We have had a severe drought, and it's started raining again a bit, so that could be to blame. But I end up tossing a lot because they split. Not that it matters, since I'm getting SO MANY tomatoes from these plants! They color is fun, the taste is good, and they're quite the conversation piece, though!
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