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  • Indulge your taste buds with the vibrant and sweet flavors of Sungold Tomatoes. These exquisite golden cherry tomatoes are a favorite among tomato enthusiasts, renowned for their exceptional taste and irresistible appeal.


    Their vibrant orange hue captures the essence of sunshine, making them a visual delight on your plate. Pop one into your mouth, and you'll experience a harmonious balance of sugary-sweetness with a subtle hint of tanginess that dances on your palate.


    These bite-sized wonders are perfect for snacking right off the vine. Their small size, about the diameter of a marble, makes them convenient for on-the-go enjoyment. Add them to salads, charcuterie boards, or skewers for a pop of color and a burst of flavor that elevates any dish.


    Sungold Tomatoes are renowned for their outstanding flavor and are often referred to as "nature's candy." Their high sugar content makes them an ideal choice for those seeking a healthier alternative to satisfy their sweet tooth. These tomatoes are a source of essential nutrients, including vitamins A and C, antioxidants, and dietary fiber, providing both deliciousness and nutritional benefits.


    As for cultivation, Sungold Tomatoes are typically grown as indeterminate plants, producing an abundant harvest throughout the growing season. They thrive in warm climates and require full sun exposure to reach their full flavor potential. Whether you have a sprawling garden or a compact patio, Sungold Tomatoes can be grown in containers, hanging baskets, or traditional garden beds.


    Indulge in the delectable flavors of Sungold Tomatoes, and experience the joy of savoring nature's golden treasure. With their unparalleled sweetness and versatility, these tomatoes are a must-have for any tomato lover or culinary enthusiast seeking to elevate their dishes with a burst of natural, sun-kissed goodness.


    Days to maturity: 65

    Seeds per pack: 20

    • Soil: Choose a location with well-draining, fertile soil that is rich in organic matter. The ideal pH range for tomatoes is between 6.0 and 6.8.

    • Sunlight: Tomatoes require full sun to grow and produce fruit, so choose a spot that gets at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight per day.

    • Planting: Start your seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before your last frost date. Transplant the seedlings outdoors after all danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up. Space the plants 18-36 inches apart in rows that are 3-4 feet apart.

    • Watering: Tomatoes need regular watering, especially during hot, dry weather. Water deeply once or twice a week, making sure the soil stays consistently moist but not waterlogged.

    • Fertilizing: Tomatoes are heavy feeders, so it's important to provide them with regular fertilization. Use a balanced fertilizer at planting time, and then switch to a high-nitrogen fertilizer once the plants start setting fruit.

    • Pruning: Pinch off the suckers that form in the crotch between the main stem and side branches, and remove any leaves that touch the ground.

    • Pest and disease control: Watch for common tomato pests like aphids, whiteflies, and tomato hornworms, and treat them with insecticidal soap or bacillus thuringiensis. Keep an eye out for diseases like early blight and blossom end rot, and take preventive measures like using mulch and avoiding overhead watering.

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