Grafting is a traditional technique that dramatically improves vigor and yield. Read more on our grafting page.
Probably the world’s smallest tomato! It’s small in size, but explosive in flavor. All the flavor of a beefsteak is crammed into fruit the size of a pea. Twenty will fit in a teaspoon, they are very ornamental, and they taste great. Vigorous vines will scramble up a trellis and cover your front porch, or you can prune them to a bushy shape. Either way, they’ll produce millions of tiny pea-sized fruits. Very pretty, (so chic as a garnish), perfect for packed lunches, this one’s a must for the gourmet chef and a treat for kids who like to forage in the garden. Indeterminate, 72 days.
Care: Plant 24-36″ apart in rows 3-4′ apart in full sun. Plants grow 4-6′ tall; provide a cage or trellis.