What are the pros? Cute, fast growing
What are the cons? Hard to eat, small
I was so excited to try out these little buggers. I planted them inside in late February, acclimated in April and planted in the ground in late May (we had a late frost in Utah). The took off right away and were the earliest of my 10 tomato varieties to produce. With that said, I won't grow them again.
Part of gardening for me is the fun but these made me realize that I really do count on the yield and harvest. They are adorable and grow in clusters but the fruit is hard to peel, is all core-making it hard to slice, and just doesn't have much fruit.
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