Productive, indeterminate plants produce loads of 1”, round, red-brown colored fruits. Known and made popular for its rich and complex flavor that bursts in your mouth. One of our CSA members called it the “fine wine of tomatoes”. Black Cherry is bit later to mature than other cherries, but well worth the wait. Large, sprawling plants benefit from frequent trellising and pruning.
Days to Maturity: 75
Start indoors mid-March through early May.
Optimal soil temperature for germination is 75-85°.
Seed depth: 1/8”. Plant spacing: deter. 12-18”, indeter. 24-36”.
Harden off before planting in ground.
Plant in full sun after danger of frost has passed.