Sungold Hybrid Tomato

Sungold Hybrid Tomato

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4.7 (6 reviews)
(FT) So delicious you won't believe you're eating tomatoes. Sweet, fruity, sugary, fresh, juicy and thin skinned are just a few words we can use to describe these luscious, golden-orange beauties. Cascading trusses are smothered in bite size fruits that hold their quality for a long time both on and off the bush. Plants are tall, vigorous and very productive.
20 - seeds per packet
1 FOR $3.25
2 FOR $5.70
5 FOR $12.95

Product Details

: 86
: Spring
: 0.06
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
:
: 2 - Moderately Easy
:
: Yes
: Leaves
: Fruits

Physical Details

: Green
: Red
: Yes
: 7 to 21
: 57
: 18 to 24
: Yes
: Yes
: Indeterminate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Tomato

Scientific Details

: Tomato
: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Sungold
Product Reviews
4.7 (6 reviews)
  • By Dustin S
    2/6/2016
    From Lombard, IL
    5.0
    Look no further for the best tasting cherry tomatoes. Extremely sweet and juicy! If given a structure to climb, beautiful clusters of fruit offer an eye-catching ornamental quality too! Vigorous and healthy plants produced past the first light frosts.
  • By Christopher H
    8/26/2014
    From Bakersville, NC
    5.0
    This is the best tasting tomato of any color or size, heirloom or hybrid. Nothing else even comes close. Yields are extraordinary, with a well-cared for plant producing 500-1000 of these flavor bombs. They are prone to cracking, however, so even watering is a must. If you let the soil get dry and then get heavy rain or water heavily then you will lose most of the crop. Sun Sugar is almost as tasty and less prone to cracking, but also much lower yielding in my experience.
  • By William B
    7/11/2014
    From Lawrence, KS
    5.0
    The best
  • By Samuel B
    6/1/2014
    From St. Paul, Minn.
    4.0
    I really like the taste of this cherry tomato. Very productive but unfortunately it is more prone to splitting in rainy weather than SunSugar Hybrid is.