A stunning and tasty cherry-sized tomato. Goldberry plants produce fruits profusely and the gorgeous tomatoes turn from a deep blue to gold and red with dark purple shoulders. They do well in containers or trellised in the garden.
Blue goldberries have a fresh and citrusy flavor with low acid and we like to put them in salads or just eat them al fresco as a snack in the garden.
Origin: The parent seed of this variety came from our friends at The Buffalo Seed Company.
(Approximately 20 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions: We recommend starting tomato seeds indoors in a bright and warm location 4 to 6 weeks before last frost date in spring. Transplant after danger of frost in full sun and trellis.