Fourth of July tomatoes, Sweet 100 tomatoes

by Fran Pritchard
(Minden, NE)

Last year, we planted 13 different varieties of tomatoes. Fourth of July (Independence Day) was the one we loved for consistent tomatoes about golf ball size and loaded with flavor. They started producing early and stayed late!!

After the season was over, we set our Sweet 100 in greenhouse and picked cherry tomatoes all winter long! In the spring we chopped the bush back and it blossomed and set more fruit.

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