Grafting is a traditional technique that dramatically improves vigor and yield. Read more on our grafting page.
Indeterminate. 2019 AAS Winner! Similar to the Goldilocks story, this adorable newcomer is not as small as a currant tomato and not as large as a cherry tomato, but is a “just right” in-between size. The fruits produced are super sweet pale white to pale yellow round fruits less than 1 inch in size and weigh about 1/2 oz. Delicate, translucent skins offer a mild acid flavor that enhances the sweet taste. They’re small juicy fruits exploding with flavor, perfect for snacking and in salads. Indeterminate plants must be staked or caged as they grow upward to 5-6 feet and have good disease resistance. 80 days. Photo and text courtesy of All America Selections (AAS).
Care: Plant 24-36″ apart in rows 3-4′ apart in full sun. Plants grow 5-6′ tall; provide a cage or trellis.