This is a very productive tomato that produces masses of tiny fruits that kids love to forage. I usually pick handfuls of them and eat them as I work. be aware that it self seeds from fruits that are left on the ground.
When to sow: After risk of frost is over in spring. Sow in punnets or trays and carefully transplant them to the garden or tubs when big enough to handle.
Plant Type: Large, sprawley bush. Can be pruned and staked.
Uses: eat out of hand, add to salads or sautes.
Growing Conditions: Easy to grow and fairly tough. Good for beginners. Best in good, well manured, and well drained soil. Water regularly when the soil is dry in summer.