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An indeterminate cherry tomato producing large clusters of 1" - 1-1/2" large red cherry tomatoes about 65 days after transplanting.
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Countless gardeners in the Pacific NW have declared this variety the best tasting, heaviest producing red cherry tomato they have even grown. Thin-skinned with classic tomato flavor, 'Sweet Million' tomatoes ripen around 60 - 65 days after transplanting and just keep on coming.
Water tomatoes deeply and only when the soil is dry to encourage flower and fruit production. One trick to getting water down to the roots and not on the leaves is to cut the bottom off a 16-oz. to liter-size plastic bottle, throw away the cap, then partially bury the cap end of the bottle into the ground close to the tomato start. Angle it slightly so you can water into the bottle.
|Common Name||Sweet Million Tomato|
|Culinary Uses||Fresh is best|
|Harvest Time||Approximately 65 days from transplanting|
|Mature Size||Vines are 6' and longer. Put in support - cage, trellis, or stakes - at time of planting. Fruits average 1" - 1-1/2" rounds.|
|Cold Hardiness||Frost sensitive annual|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Structure||Vines are 6' and longer. Put in support - cage, trellis, or stakes - at time of planting.|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|