When is a cherry tomato not a cherry tomato???
Bought a few Early Girl Tomato plants at the local hardware store, put
five of 'em in pots, one in the ground. Plants are doing very well,
lots of fruit set. Some of the tomatoes are turning red, but they are
the size of larger cherry tomatoes.
I was expecting early girl tomatoes, but two people who have seen my
plants, say they are cherry tomatoes, not early girl, while one other
person suggested that having the plants in pots, has stunted the size
of the fruit, which actually are early girls.
By the way, the plant which is in the ground, is doing the same
thing....cherry tomato-sized fruit beginning to turn red.
Anyone else experience this? I'd like to hear your opinions, fer
sure! Are they cherry tomatoes, or are they early girls??