Orange Cherry Tomato
Step aside red cherry tomato, theres a new Tom in town! This orange cherry is bursting with flavour and adds that pop of colour in salads that is much desired. Indeterminate variety – will continue to produce all season long until killed by frost at the end. Will need a stake or cage to support growth. It is a good practice to remove all the foliage that is below the lowest hanging set of fruits. By removing these lower leaves, you will help focus the plant’s energy on ripening new fruit, increasing airflow and decreasing risk of disease. This method of pruning is for Indeterminate varieties only. The fruit will continue to ripen off of the vine and hold up well after harvest.