Tomato : Super Sweet 100 Cherry Tomatoes
A newer hybrid of the favorite, low-acid, “Sweet 100” variety, the name says it all: it is Super Sweet! The breeders have added a couple of features we like: crack resistance and an extra burst of sugar in each 1” fruit. Super Sweet 100 is borne thickly on draping trusses. It grows TALL on indeterminate vines, so stake it and give it room, then enjoy a bumper crop of juicy cherry tomatoes until frost. It is perfect for pasta, briefly sautéd in halves with chopped garlic and arugula in olive oil. Serve over piping hot pasta; garnish with ground pepper, parmigiana and fresh basil. (VF)(F1.)Solanaceae Lycopersicon esculentum
Alternate Growing Options
Cool climate growing
To grow Tomatoes outside in cooler climates, you have to use one of the fastest maturing and cold hardy varieties, such as the Sub-Arctics or Siberians (which may mean sacrificing some flavor). Start them inside early, warm the soil with plastic and cover the transplants with cloches.
You can get extra Tomato plants by rooting suckers in water. This is a good way to multiply a single special plant you might have.
This is pretty much the same as cold climate growing. Use an early, fast maturing variety, give it an early start inside, warm the soil with plastic and cover the transplants with cloches (or put a Tomato cage in place and wrap it with plastic).
Tomatoes are a great greenhouse crop and in cooler climates this may be the only way you can grow them. They can be grown inside from early spring until later fall. In Europe there are varieties bred specifically for greenhouse growing.