Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gardengirl Best Tasting Cherry Tomatoes
I 'Germinated' a few of these seeds indoors in the fall 2014, and had 99% success, and I'm growing the plants in extra large clay pots, indoors during the winter months here. I have been getting great yields, daily/weekly. Another person wrote that they didn't get any seeds to 'Germinate'. My suggestion is to use 2 Tablespoons of cheap, regular drug store 'Hydrogen Peroxide, mixed into a quart of water, and spritz and dampen a folded into quarters, clean white paper towel with that solution, and carefully place the seeds on the paper towel, then cover with a quarter portion of the dampened paper towel, and place inside of an 'un-zipped', ziploc bag in a sunny, or well lighted window, or under a 40 watt lightbulb/lamp, for at least 12hrs. a day. Check seeds daily, for dampness (most important is, to keep the seeds dampened, never let them dry out). Open the ziploc bag daily, then unfold the damp paper towel to allow air to circulate for a short time, and to check for sprouted seeds, to then plant in potting soil, or the ground outdoors.
February 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bklynbaby Seeds didn't grow
Had high hopes for these as we love cherry tomatoes, but none of the seeds grew. We started them alongside other tomatoes & peppers indoors in a seed starting kit and these are the only ones that had zero germination.
February 5, 2015