I’m so glad that I decided to cage this one when I planted it. It’s really big and loaded with very large grape roma tomatoes!
Here is the description:
Slightly larger than the well-known Santa grape tomato, Juliet bears delicious, sweet fruit on indeterminate vines. Some gardeners refer to it as a mini Roma because of the shape. The wonderfully sweet fruit are crack resistant and remain in good condition on the vine longer than most cherry tomatoes. Quite heat tolerant. Vines are long and vigorous, so give the plant room to roam. Tolerant to late blight and Septoria leaf spot. One of the longest-lasting tomatoes in the garden. Also called Roma Grape. Space 24 to 36 inches apart.
This planting is in the Vegetable garden .
Purchased from Small Local Organic Farm
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