65-80 days. Also called Chadwick Cherry after the British master gardener Alan Chadwick, large 1 oz. cherry tomatoes are borne on vines that are disease resistant. One of our most productive cherry tomato varieties! Fruit are borne in clusters that tend to ripen at the same time, making for easy picking, especially when trellised.
How to grow it:
Start seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost date. Provide 7-10 hours of direct light each day. Thin to strongest plant per pot. Transplant 24" apart in full sun, while trellising is not necessary it is beneficial for ease of harvest and continued productivity in fall.