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LargeRedCherryTomato

Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds

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This Heirloom is Organic too. The perfect tomato for short-season areas like New England, Pacific Northwest, the Upper Michigan area, and Canada. Actually is perfect for growing all over the country for several pounds of these tasty morsels.

This is an indeterminate tomato variety.

 

Check out our full collection of tomato seeds that you can grow in your garden! 

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Francis Joe Anderson

Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds

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Lee Hoisington
Unexpected Germination

I put 2 seeds per cell in a 6 cell seed starter tray. 4 cells germinated quickly while 2 cells didn’t germinate until the others plants were 6” tall. Weird, but 100% germination rate.

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Richard Whiting
Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds

I opened the package and yes, they look like Red Cherry Tomato Seeds! Great looking seeds by the way. I'm not sure what else you may want to know?

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Vincent Massaro

The best seed company I ever brought from

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Pat
Good lord......

I grew three of these in red 80z solo cups starting around Feb 2021, by September 2021 I had around 25-35lbs of them.
So plentiful I'm sick of them for next season.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
100%
(5)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
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F
Francis Joe Anderson

Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds

L
Lee Hoisington
Unexpected Germination

I put 2 seeds per cell in a 6 cell seed starter tray. 4 cells germinated quickly while 2 cells didn’t germinate until the others plants were 6” tall. Weird, but 100% germination rate.

R
Richard Whiting
Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds

I opened the package and yes, they look like Red Cherry Tomato Seeds! Great looking seeds by the way. I'm not sure what else you may want to know?

V
Vincent Massaro

The best seed company I ever brought from

P
Pat
Good lord......

I grew three of these in red 80z solo cups starting around Feb 2021, by September 2021 I had around 25-35lbs of them.
So plentiful I'm sick of them for next season.