Gold Berries Tomato
A small cherry anthocyanin fruit that turns darker on top and yellow on the bottom end, Gold Berries tomato is a pleasure to grow and eat. Sweeter, slightly fruity and juicy fruits are perfect for salads. Chefs love to use these for garnishing. Try slicing them in half then drying them. Really nice! Plants are not to tall and produce clusters of 5 tomatoes that ripen after 65-70 days after transplant. This is a great market variety too!