Bursting with sugary flavor, Sweet 100s produce scarlet, cherry-sized fruits in long clusters right up to frost. You’ll definitely want to stake or cage these vigorous climbers to keep the fruit off the ground and avoid pests and diseases. These tomatoes need at least inch 2.5 cm of water per week and prefer six hours or more of direct sun each day.
Great snack food when gardening
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