What are the pros? tasty, hardy, prolific
What are the cons? none
These tomatoes are every bit as pretty and delicious as their hybrid counterparts. They were the first to ripen in the garden, in spite of a late frost that delayed planting and a prolonged period over 100. They seem to thrive in the heat- they didn't miss a beat in the extreme heat when other tomatoes were dropping blossoms and failing to ripen. I also pruned fairly heavily early on and now have a 5' plant that has as many blossoms (and tomatoes) as it does foliage. If they all turn into tomatoes (which I suspect they will) I am going to have an outrageous bounty from one plant. I highly recommend- this is a hardy, prolific plant that produces sweet, perfectly-sized cherry tomatoes in abundance. I'll be saving seeds for next year and as gifts for friends.
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