Tomato 'Barry's Crazy Cherry'

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2 €

PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

A heavy cropper. Very prolific and very sweet.

1. Original Name: Barry’s Crazy Cherry.

2. History: Bred by Brad Gates (Wild Boar Farms, USA). A recent variety

3. Plant Specifications: Mid-season. It can produce fruits for a long time. A good choice for a greenhouse and outdoors. The bush can grow up to 6.5 feet (200 cm) tall. The stems are thin and knotted, and the leaves are small and toothed. It is a multiflora plant, which means that there are a lot of fruits (15-25 fruits and more) per truss.

4. Training Instructions: The bush can be trained to one or two main stems. Pruning and staking are a must.

5. Shape and Weight: Oval fruits with or without pointed tips. Weight: 0.3-0.5 oz. (10-15 g).

6. Color: The fruits are white and semi-opaque and mature to ivory yellow when fully ripe.

7. Flavor Profile: Amazingly sweet! A refreshing flavor with a spicy aftertaste. The flesh is juicy.

8. Culinary Use: A good choice for salads, unusual sauces, dish decoration or canning whole tomatoes. You can also just eat them fresh as a snack. The fruits can keep well but just for a few days.

Barry’s Crazy Cherry is an unusual variety. Clusters looking like fluffy balls because of a great number of flowers produce white fruits all of sudden. It is a marvelous sight and one can hardly name this plant a tomato. It is a recent variety. In Rareseeds, a tomato breeder reported having red fruits but you will receive the seeds from regular white fruits. Barry’s Crazy Cherry has proved to be a stable variety.

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