The Q&A Archives: Grape Tomatoes

Question: Has Burpee come out with a very small tomato that is the size of a grape. I have heard of some possible varieties such as Bryan, Micro-Tom or Juliet but could use some additional help in locating some seeds for next year.

Answer: The grape-like tomatoes are hybrids and some of the varieties have been recently adopted by the commercial market, particularly because they do taste so good. Burpee offers the variety 'Juliet' which forms "grape like clusters of petite sweeties" on large vines. Although you might not believe it, it is actually a form of cherry tomato!

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