Different varieties of cherry tomato has been grown over several years. The only one that has merit in my opinion is the Sweet Million. The fruit has a perfect size and the taste is most pleasing all season. These pictures depict one plant which is grown on a trellis alongside the deck, shared with the Morning Glories. We pick the fruit as required and partake almost daily. The plant produces from about 15 July until the frost arrives. The quantity of fruit is far more than the requirements for one family. Everyone, who has eaten this tomato, in my experience has positive, complementary comments.
Posted on Saturday, September 15, 2007 - 02:08 am EST :
I don't think I've tried Sweet Million. I'm so enamored with Sun Gold. Guess I should provide equal billing to at least another. The best thing about cherry tomatoes is they provide plenty to share. What's not to love about that!
Cindym- Louisiana, Zone "8b"
Posted on Monday, September 17, 2007 - 12:43 pm EST :
I have four volunteer cherry tomatoes this year and do exactly as you: a walk-about every afternoon to pick the appetizers for dinner. I really like the way you've grown these.
Lovinlife- Utah, Zone "5"