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Here they come: cascading, jewel-like clusters of delectable ruby-red cherries. Tomatoes bursting with sweetness, light and a tingly-tangy ‘pop’! ‘Cherry Baby’s super productive plants soon mass with dense clusters of up to 350 sweet 28 g cuties. Introduced in 20196, keep these sweet, light and tangy tomatoes in a large container or the garden, to keep a healthy snack within arm’s reach.
Packet size is approximately 10 Seeds
Pretty Wild Seeds are registered with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) under number 7529, so you can have confidence in both our products and advice.
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Tomato seeds should be planted from late January through to April and kept at a temperature of 70-80F where germination occurs within 7 to 14 days. When the seedlings are large enough to handle (2-4 leaves), transplant into individual 3 inch pots, and space well apart so that the leaves of one plant never overlap another, this helps prevent them getting leggy. Allow the roots to fill the pot before transplanting on again into Gro-Bags or 10inch pots. Keep tomato plants frost free at all times. Most tomato plants require some kind of support by the time they reach 8 inches, either staking, stringing up or the use of growing frames is recommended. Lower leaves should be removed as they start yellowing, which improves air flow and helps speed up ripening. Tomato plants need a sunny position.
Most cherry-type tomatoes do very well in sunny patio containers and hanging baskets. Be sure to offer plenty of light, and monitor moisture; plants grown in containers often dry out faster than those planted in the ground.