What are the pros? Delicious, Prolific.
What are the cons? Take a while to mature
If grown with lots of light, and in well amended soil these Yellow Pear Tomatoes are the best you will ever have. I stumbled across them at a farmer's market one year and will never go back to plain grape tomatoes. They are sweet and juicy.
I was surprised to read reviews that the flavor was bad. Perhaps if they aren't watered or fertilized enough the taste might be compromised, but I've never experienced this.
The plants are prolific, but they are indeterminate so be prepared to attend them with pruning and sucker pulling. We ended up making PVC cages to support them, the metal style doesn't work well for these huge plants.
Be prepared to harvest a colander worth at a time. 2 plants usually give me enough for myself, and a bit to give away.
Seriously, if you want a sweet and prolific grape tomato, get these!
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