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Sweet Treats Tomato Plant

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  • - Spacing: 32 inches
  • - Days to Harvest: 65
  • - Production: Indeterminate
  • - Looks like candy and are almost as sweet
  • - Each 3-Inch Pot contains 1 Sweet Treats Tomato Plant
Plant Features

Sweet Treats Tomato Plants are the first truly pink cherry tomato to ever hit the market, and one that shows promise to become a customer favorite. With the perfect blend of sweetness and acidity and a truly unique flavor, these high-yielding plants produce large clusters of 1-ounce fruits, with 12 to 15 tomatoes in each bunch.

Tomato Companion Plants: Carrot, Chive, Garlic Bulbs, Onion, Marigold, Parsley

Tomato Growing Tips

  • Watch for green caterpillars that will eat the leaves and fruits, hand pick and destroy as you find them
  • To prevent blight and other foliar diseases, it is important to avoid watering the leaves and to use Serenade Garden Disease Control or a copper fungicide as needed

We grow our Sweet Treats Tomato Plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving!

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Watering Needs Consistently moist, but not waterlogged
Soil Properties Well-drained
Tolerates Sandy soil
Fertilizer When transplanted and then every 3-4 weeks
Growing Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Growing Support Cage, Netting, Stake
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
When to harvest When the skin yields slighty to finger pressure
Production Time Fruit ripens throughout the season
Habit Sprawling
Foliage Color Green
Plant Used for Food Production
Plant Type Hybrid

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OMG

This is our first year growing Sweet Treats and what a surprise. My husband picked a couple for us to try and we looked at each other with raised eyebrows and said WOW. we ate the rest of the ripe tomatoes immediately. We’ll be ordering more next year!!!

From anonymous | July 15, 2023


Loved this - grows tall!

Star in our garden box this year. Bigger than a cherry but oh so sweet and tasty. True to the description, we get at least 15 fruits per bunch. Staking is a must. Ours now is maybe 5-6 feet tall and still producing. Not unusual for us to just pop one in our mouth and enjoy the sweetness. Will reorder again. Very pleased

From Michael | August 16, 2021


Excited!

I grew theses last year, and they were so good, I got 2 of them. They really have a good spot for light, little worried about wind chill tonight! We planted last Saturday.

From Deborah | May 08, 2020