Cherry Tomato is a variety that grows very little and mighty unique, as for a tomato, fruit. It is recommended to be cultivated in containers, large pots, balcony planters or in small gardens. The fruit grow just 2 to 3 centimetres in diameter, yet they are delicious and can be used as a lovely decoration or a delicious addition to many dishes. Cherry Tomato can be grown without cutting or staking, which makes the cultivation much more convenient.
Growing: sow the seeds in pots or in covered pallet planters from mid-March to April. Plant out into containers or directly into the soil in 40-50x30-40cm spacings in the second half of May, or depending on how fertile the soil is. Cutting and staking is not vital as far as this variety is concerned.
Each packet contains 0.5g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 200 seeds (+/- 20%)