These cherry tomatoes are super tasty and one plant produces a ton. This variety will fill your patch with gorgeous, long trusses of sweet tomatoes.
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Sowing time: indoors end of March - mid-April Height: 180 cm Package quantity: 10 seeds
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This tomato variety produces beautiful clusters full of super-sweet cherry tomatoes. Delicious!
Tomatoes are summer plants, so they love the heat. Pick a plot by the trellis with lots of sun and protection from the wind.
Species name: Sweety
Plants per square patch: 1
Height: Up to 180 cm
Pre-sowing: End of March to mid-April
Time to harvest: After 16 weeks
Germination time: About 21°C in 7 - 10 days
Sunlight: Needs sun, shelter from the wind, and a trellis
Want to buy Tomato seeds? We sell seed bags separately, or, you can get them as part of a seed pack:
What's so special about our Tomato?
Cherry tomatoes are fun to grow. This variety produces long, beautiful trusses. The sturdy plants grow just as well indoors as outdoors. And they produce a ton.
You'll love the huge harvests, because cherry tomatoes are delicious. And this variety is super sweet. You won’t be able to get enough!
Sowing and growing
Tomatoes are true summer vegetables. They do best in warmer weather: the seeds germinate between 15 and 20°C and the seedlings are sensitive to lower temperatures.
So, start your Tomato plants indoors. You pre-sow them at the end of March to mid-April. Once they’re strong enough, you move them outside (around May 20).
This species can grow up to 2 meters tall, so it needs a trellis nearby.
Tomatoes need a lot of nutrients. Give them some extra MM-Plantfood when you plant them, and add some more in mid-July.
Tomatoes also produce side shoots, which grow between the leaves and the main stem. They’re also known as ‘suckers’ because they drain a lot of energy from the rest of your plant. To avoid this, you’ll cut off the suckers early on.
Step-by-step sowing and growing instructions are in the Planty Gardening app.
How do you use it?
Our Tomatoes are tastiest when they’re firm and ripe. If you leave them hanging too long, they’ll get soft and mealy.
Pluck ripe tomatoes right off the plant. The stem breaks easily when they're ready. Or, use scissors and cut them from the stems.
Tomatoes can be used raw or cooked. They're delicious in salads, sauces, soups and stir-fries.