Sweet Pea Currant Tomato

Solanum pimpinellifolium

Kids love these tiny tomatoes!

The most adorable–and sweet!–tiny tomatoes. This red currant type tomato produces an abundance of jewel-like, 1/4” fruits on long trusses. The indeterminate plants have a cascading habit that lends well to hanging baskets and tall containers. Low-supports may be needed. The miniature foliage and blooms are so pretty that they can even be used in bouquets. Excellent for fresh eating and garnishes, the fruits are mostly a bright red but occasional plants will produce golden fruits. A kid favorite! Introduced by Seed Saver’s Exchange.

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Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost, then harden off and transplant outdoors to indicated spacing after all threat of frost has passed. Benefits from staking or trellising. Sweet Pea Currant has a vigorous spreading habit which lends itself well to a variety of low supports, as well as hanging baskets and containers. Keep plants from coming into contact with the soil, and water at the roots to prevent the spread of soil borne disease. Harvest the abundance of tiny fruits regularly for fresh eating.

Days to Germination 7-14
Days to Maturity 80 days from transplant
Planting Depth 1/4"
Spacing in Row 36"
Spacing Between Rows 48"
Height at Maturity 24"
Width at Maturity 72"
Sun Preference Full Sun
Growth Habit Indeterminate

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