Seeds: Organic Tomatoes – “Golden Cherry” Variety


  • Packet Size: 50 Seeds
  • Days to Maturity: 63 days
  • Indeterminate
  • Sweet and addictive, little golden-orange tomatoes
  • Dry them like raisins for prolonged snacking pleasure
  • Organic seeds grown and harvested in Ontario
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Organic Golden-Cherry Tomato Seeds

Grown and harvested in Ontario, organic Golden-Cherry Tomato seeds take 63 days to reach maturity.  Indeterminate plants that produce sweet and addictive little golden-orange tomatoes that probably wouldn’t make it in from the garden except for the fact that there are so many of them you can’t eat them all at once. Sprinkle them on salads or pasta, pile in baskets for market or partially dry them like raisins for prolonged snacking pleasure.

Planting Instructions

Start tomatoes indoors 6-8 weeks before your frost-free date. Sow seed .5 cm deep and keep warm and moist. Seeds will germinate in 5-10 days at 21-24 C.  Move seedlings into 10 cm pots and give them a rich mix with lots of compost, or use a good organic growing medium. Keep soil on the dry side. Harden plants off before planting outdoors by exposing to outdoor conditions a few hours at a time for 2-3 days. This will toughen them up for life in the garden or field. When transplanting seedlings into the garden bury the stem so that are only 2 sets of leaves showing above the soil surface. The plant will root all along the buried stem creating a strong root system and healthy plants. Indeterminate varieties are best staked or trellised. Determinate varieties do not need staking.

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Hawthorn Farm produces organic seeds for the Canadian climate. All seeds are non-GMO, non-hybrid, and open-pollinated from plants grown in Ontario, Canada.