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The standard Days to Maturity is, at best, a guess given that weather and the gardener’s own cultural practices vary greatly. I find the following classification to be more informative:


Early less than 65 days               Midseason 65〜80 days               Late 80+ days

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Yellow Submarine

Early Midseason               Indeterminate          Potato Leaf

Yellow Submarine is a sweeter, much tastier version of the pre-1800 variety, Yellow Pear.  Fruit shape is slightly more blocky than Yellow pear.  This variety orginated in Ireland.

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Verde Claro

Early Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

The taste of this clear-skinned elongated cherry is one to be savoured as it is very sweet with a slight melon overtone to it.  Tom Wagner realeased this variety in 2011.

Venus

Early              

Dwarf Determinate     Reg. Leaf

Thompson and Morgan seeds realeased this variety in 2011.  It is such cute little plant (6-8"/ 15-20 cm) that it is perfect for growing under lights or the window sill.  Fruity, sweet, small orange cherries are produced.

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Tommy Toe

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

One taste of this red cherry tomato and you will see why it is one of Australia's most popular varieties; even though it originated in the Ozark Mountains.  In my opinion it tastes like a full flavoured large red tomato.

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Sweet Orange II

Early Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

This cherry tomato has the same sweet and fruity taste as that of a large orange tomato.  Tim Peters of Peters Seed Research is responsible for breeding this variety that will produce 17 g (5/8 oz.) fruit hanigng in clusters of up to 12.

Sweet Tumbler

Midseason              

Dwarf Determinate     Reg. Leaf

An Australian open-pollinated tumbler type pink cherry tomato that will grow 6-8" tall and spread 2.5'.  When it starts to flower it will seem to have more flowers than leaves.  Typical sweet cherry taste for this variety.

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Sweet Aperitif

Early Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

This is one of the sweetest OP cherry tomatoes.  Production is very, very good as the first truss will have up to 30 fruit on it and the later trusses will branch into two or three trusses.

Rejina Yellow

Early

Dwarf Indet.                 Reg. Leaf

Rejina Yellow is the yellow cherry version of Rejina.  Similar in height an width to Rejina- 1'/ 30 cm- and production but with a slightly sweeter, fruitier taste to it.

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Rejina

Early

Dwarf Indet.                 Reg. Leaf

Rejina was introduced by Sakata Seeds (Japan).  It is of similar height to Red Robin (12"/30 cm), but I think the flavour is much sweeter and produces more and larger fruit, too.

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Medovaya Kaplya

Midseason               Indeterminate          Potato Leaf

In Medovaya Kaplya produces adorable- elongated yellow pear with a flat sided top- 30 g (1 oz.) golden yellow fruits that are sweet and very tasty. This variety hails from Russia and means 'Honey Drop'.

Maglia Rosa

Midseason               Semi-determinate       Reg. Leaf

This variety is named after the famous pink leader’s jersey from the Giro d’Italia bike race.  It is a pink elongated cherry with faint mottled yellow streaking.  This is not your typical sweet cherry tomato!

Lost Marbles

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Lost Marbles was introduced by amateur seed breeder Phil Seneca (PA).  It is a larger pink-black (purple tomato) cherry with excellent sweet taste.  Keep an eye on this one as it does have a tendency to split.

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Isis Candy

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Isis candy is a red cherry tomato that has lovely orange marbling to it and a distinctive cat's eye on the blossom end.  This bi-colour variety has a sweet, candy like taste to it.

Green Doctors Frosted

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Green Doctors Frosted is the result of a spontaneous epidermal mutation of Green Doctors from yellow to clear skin.  One bite of this tomato and you will have the look of 'can a tomato really taste this good?'

Green Doctors

Early Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Green Doctors is one of the best tasting cherry tomatoes that you will ever try, little wonder given that its roots can be treaced back to Dr. Carolyn.  The sweet lime flavour made it the family favourite of 2008.

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Fahrenheit Sweet Red

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

There is only word you need to know about this tomato: SWEET! I stabilized Tom Wagner's Fahrenheit Blues to this red cherry form.  A firm cherry that holds well on the vine without the leathery skin of some cherries.

Dr. Carolyn

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

The depth of flavour or this cherry tomato will simply amaze you.   This variety was named in honour of heirloom tomato guru Dr. Carolyn Male who has raised over 2000 different heirloom tomatoes.

Chocolate Cherry

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Aaron Whaley's (Seed Saver's Exchange) lofty goal for this tomato was to make a plant superior and more uniform than Black Cherry. I found Chocolate Cherry to be slightly sweeter than Black Cherry.

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Brin de Muguet

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

A wonderful French heirloom cherry tomato meaning "Lily of the Valley".  Brin de Muguet produces very large, elongated, deep red cherry tomatoes that have a slight nipple on the the blossom end.

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Brandywine Cherry

Midseason               Indeterminate         Potato Leaf

Brandywine Cherry maybe a misnomer given that the fruit size should be classified as a very large cherry, but the  taste lives up up to the much vaulted Brandywine name.

Black Opal

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Black Opal was bred by Gourmet Genetics with the goal of surpassing Black Cherry in terms of growth habit, firmer texture and better flavour. The texture of this cherry reminds me of a grape.

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Black Cherry

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

The same rich, smooth taste of a typical black tomato can now be found in a cherry size.  Black Cherry will produce up to 50 dusky pink fruit per truss.  This tomato was bred by Vince Sapp of Florida.

Ambrosia Red

Early

Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

You will be amazed at how quickly the fruit ripen up; truss after truss ripen up so quickly in succession that you will enjoy a bountiful harvest.  This variety is sweet with plenty of tomato flavour to it.

Ambrosia Gold 

Early Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

In my opinion, Ambrosia Gold comes the closest to to the sweetness of the famed Japanese hybrid, Sungold.  Ambrosia Gold will produce 16 cherries or so per truss that just burst with sweet, tropical flavour.

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Al Star Cherry 

Early Midseason              

Semi- Indeterminate  Reg. Leaf

Al Starko (AB) brought this tomato seed back from his ancestral home in the Ukraine in 2003. After sampling this sweet yet soft cherry tomato he knew he had to bring it back to Canada and continue to grow it.