German Lunchbox Tomato
Looking for a nice, milder cherry with good balance? German Lunchbox tomato will fill that spot. I really liked these and was actually pleasantly pleased when I had my first taste. This tomato grows on taller vines that are prolific and just on time. Our regular leafed, indeterminate plants, produce big crops of plum shaped cherries that had good aroma too! First ripened fruits came in about 72 days after being transplanted. These are clean fruits that didn’t crack too much. Along with production, that makes them great candidates for market sales. For me, these were the best in salads and as delicious snacks. I suspect they will make great preserves too! Really nifty little tomato!