Wild Tomato Rot
70 Days. Wild Tomato Rot seeds were passed on to me by Mr Dean Slater. He stated that the “Rot” may stand for Rotterdam. This ever vibrant red cherry is all you will ever need for snacking in your garden. they produce so many that two plants will ware you out! They are sweet and juicy with a very good finish. This is truly a good little tomato that I am always elated to grow. Fruits are dime sized and plants are vibrant and bushy!
Mary Ann Low –
I bought seeds for this variety from Curtis a few years ago, and even last year I have to say I had 100% germination. When we had tomato tastings at the Friday Market (farmers’ market) these were very popular and those who bought plants at the Master Gardener plant sale praised them for their flavor and the hardiness of the plants, which in some cases took a lot of abuse from hungry grandchildren. I cannot say it is my favorite red cherry, but maybe it is, as now that I think of it, the one I like better is is actually a pink cherry.