Tomato, Chocolate Cherry (Lycopersicon esculentum) seeds, organic

$3.95

Family:  Nightshade (Solanaceae)

Vining annual, 90 days from setting plants in field to harvest.  This variety was new for me in 2020 so I kept careful track of how long it took to grow them.  Seeds were planted 4/6 and transplant to field occurred on 5/24.  First harvest occurred on 8/25, although there were a few ripe ones prior to that.  Therefore, from seed to salad bowl actually took 140 days.

Midsize indeterminate vine producing voluptuous clusters of fruit.  The taste is sweet and melt-in-your-mouth chocolatey mellow.  Standard tomato culture, trellis or allow to sprangle.  Space plants 3 feet apart.

Packet contains 50 Seeds
5 g contains ~2,220 seeds
10 g contains ~4,440 seeds

Certified Organically Grown

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    Jane Wilder-O’Connor

    Hi, I’m in Zone 9 in SoCal and it looks like my last freeze is next week. Have I waited too long to start tomatoes from seed? Could I start them by directly sowing in the ground? I’m still figuring out gardening.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello Jane, Thanks for staying in touch. You have not waited too long at all. You can start tomato plants in March in a Zone 9 with very good results. I recommend “old german” Richo

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