If you know of everyone who doesn’t love Rosella tomato, I would like to have a serious talk with them. Purple cherries bear on trellises of 10-15 and are so good that they will never make it out of your garden. I ate many of these while working and I could never get enough. Plants are prolific, hardy and determined to produce their crops. Ours made it through a very tough summer without any issues. Plants remained healthy until season’s end. These are sweet, with some tang, very balanced, juicy with super overall flavor. Great cherry for canning, perfect for snacking, excellent for dehydrating, a treat in salads, almost perfect in every way. No splitting or cracking. Hardy plants too! 75 Days! Click Here to see it on YouTube!
I rarely grow cherry tomatoes, but this is the one that might change that habit. It’s absolutely delicious! Very sweet but also has that good old fashioned taste that makes it a winner. It’s a smaller cherry, and I like that…makes it easy to pop in your mouth like jelly beans. And to my surprise they keep for a good long while. This was a surprise to me since most cherries right pretty quickly. Not this one! I’ll be growing it again, probably for years to come.