Small Fruited Varieties

 

These plants produce fruits from " to 2".

These little fruits can be red, black, orange, pink, purple, green, yellow, ivory, bicolor and in varying shapes: round, pear, grape, heart, ping pong, pea-sized and plum-shaped.

 

 

Amy's Sugar Gem ($6.75)   (Ch) 65 days.

 

This huge, sprawling plant produces heavy clusters of golf ball sized, incredibly delicious, deep red ambrosial fruit with tiny golden jewel-like sparkles within the red skin. Very sweet! It was one of my absolute favorite tomatoes at TomatoFest in September--just knocked me out. Candy-on-the-vine, not to be missed.

Developed by Jeff McCormack, it is a cross of Red Cherry and Tappy's Finest. Named for Amy Boor Hereford whose Grandma Tappy introduced Jeff to heirloom tomatoes more than 20 years ago.

 

 

 

   

Black Cherry ($6.75) F/C (Ch) (VE) 65 days.

 

A perfectly round cherry tomato with classic black tomato flavor, sweet rich, smoky and complex. Fruit picks easily from the stem and is produced in abundance on vigorous, tall plants. These cherries are irresistibly delicious: look like a  black cherry, taste like a sweet cherry-- a unique addition to the color and flavor spectrum of cherry tomatoes for your garden, along with  our other cherries, it makes an arresting display for any table. Just outstanding. These guys got eaten moments after the photograph was taken.  :)

 

 

 

 

  

 

Blondkopfchen ( Blond-copf-shen) ($6.75)  75 days.

 

One of the finest tasting cherry tomato in existence, the name of this marvelous German heirloom cutie means Little Blond Head or Little Blond Girl.

 

The big leafy plant produces thousands of " grape-size sparkling yellow-gold cherry tomatoes in phenomenal clusters of 30 fruits per bunch!

 

Delightfully sweet with a citrusy finish, this is the one to try with children who don't think they like tomatoes. As Gary Ibsen of Tomatofest.com says, " Just put one in your mouth and try to keep from smiling!"

 

No cracking, with great disease resistance, this little sweetie grows anywhere and produces right up until frost. Challenging to pronounce, really easy to eat.

 

 

 

Brad's Atomic Grape ($6.95) 75 days     
 
These elongated multi-colored, large grape type tomatoes grow in beautiful, colorful clusters on gorgeous wispy vines. The top seed seller at Wild Boar Farms, I've gotten a hundred requests for the plants.
 
Lavender and purple striped at first, then turning to green, red and chocolate brown with deep blue stripes when fully ripe.

Inside, Atomic Grape glows green with a blush of deep red when fully ripe.  Sweet and fragrant, this amazing fruit holds well on the vine and has a long shelf life after picking. Another mind-blowing variety from Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farm, this photograph is Brad's.

 

 

 

 

 

    Top Seller!

Foxy Lady ($6.75) (E) (HG)   (70 to 75 days). 

This rapturous little cherry tomato has gained a huge following among my customers.

The flavor is energizing, elaborate and dazzling with a sweet, seductive background and earthy nuance with lingering flavors. A tiny touch of tang balances its big full-bodied sweetness. I am madly in love with this tomato.

Early ripening and growing in huge abundance on big plants in clusters of 5 to 7 fruits, Foxy Lady ripens in only 70-72 days from plant out and has some of the biggest potato type leaves Ive ever seen.

 

New for 2020!

 

Gardener's Delight, also known as Sugar Lump. ($6.75) 60 days (VE)      

 

This old German variety is probably the sweetest and most prolific of all the old-time cherry tomatoes.

 

With classic cherry growth habit and old-time rich sweet flavors, 'Sugar Lump' is disease resistant, early ripening and really prolific -- the perfect cherry tomato.

 

Thin skinned and really productive, in clusters of 7 to 9 fruits on a strong plant, it's great for containers and the main garden bed.

 

Very early to ripen, you will harvest hundreds of scrumptious tomatoes from your Gardener's Delight plant. Plenty to share!

 

 

  New for 2021!

Moby's Cherry $6.95 (Dwarf Plant) 65 -70 days.    

We were so blown away by the incredibly high production of Moby's Cherry! It's big for a cherry, some are saladette size!

Growing in sparkling clusters of 10 to 13 gleaming bright yellow luscious fruits.  As they ripened and we tasted them we knew we had a big winner for 2021.

A large cherry tomato with incredible flavor-- and a small 4 ft easily manageable plant with excellent disease resistance as seems to be the case with all of our favorite dwarf varieties.

 

 

  

Rapunzel  ($8.95) 70 days.  (H)

 

Yes, I know.... but it is real.  I get dozens of  calls and emails from gardeners searching for Rapunzel plants. Here it is! 

 

Because a few callers doubted that this plant can actually produce trusses this long, the photo is a Rapunzel plant grown by my customer Jeff Hartang. Yay Jeff!

 

This awesome hybrid produces tremendously long clusters of bright red, one inch, sweet juicy tomatoes all season long. The fruits themselves have a sweet rich flavor and the ridiculously dazzling trusses will have you doing a double-take. 

 

Some of the 'strands'  hold more than 40 tomatoes. Pretty cool.  Great for containers!

 

This plant makes a delightful gift for gardeners of all ages -- especially kids and grandmas-- and grows easily in all climates and is disease resistant, too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snow White ($6.75) 70 days. F/C     (E)  

 

A gourmet's delight. I can't say enough about this exquisite 1" white cherry tomato which ripens from white to ivory to palest yellow with a bright, rich and sweet juicy flavor. Luscious. Adds charm, beauty and flavor to your cherry collection. Very prolific, easy to grow even in foggy coastal climates.  Pretty as starlight and a top seller.   (An improvement of 'Snow White'.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sun Gold ($6.95)     (EE) (H) 55 days. 

 

This is the one of the best cherry tomatoes I've ever tasted and ready to pick in only 55-60 days.

 

It has the big, elaborate flavor of a full-size tomato, in a beautiful little deep-golden fruit growing in bountiful clusters on a huge plant. Sweet, rich, so pretty and productive.

 

Most of them won't make it into your house from the garden. If you send someone to pick them for you, keep your binoculars trained upon the picker.  There may be a ruckus.

 

 

Sunrise Bumblebee ($6.95)

 

What can I say?  I've never seen anything prettier in the cherry tomato world. Huge harvests, too. This a very special cherry tomato, an astounding artisan variety. Please put this plant into your garden -- but remember -- it will make you way too popular. Looks amazing in a salad with Purple Bumblebee.

 

Sunrise Bumblebee is plump and bountiful, crammed full of old- time sweet, juicy, pop-in-your-mouth tomato flavors and just as cute as it can be. This is the tomato you would steal from your neighbors in the middle of the night. But don't; grow your own.   

 

 

 

  TOP SELLER

Velvet Night (Cherry) ($6.95)

 

This deep purple cherry tomato grows in great abundance on a small dwarf plant. If you have a limited garden space and crave a really sweet, rich flavored cherry tomato, this is the one for you!

 

Very high production of 1 to 2 oz. cherry tomatoes will keep your tomato tastebuds really happy all season long -- and you'll have enough to share with loved ones.

This tomato was selected out and named by Susan Oliverson of the Dwarf Tomato Project.

 

 

 

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