Tomato – Red Berry

Red, Cherry heritage tomato on indeterminate plants.


Red Berry/Cherry are identical as fas as we can make out. The trusses of fruit look the same and the taste/size are again so similar that we have decided they are one and the same cultivar.

Red Berry/Cherry is a lovely sweet cherry tomato. An early/mid ripening, indeterminate, regular leafed plant has trusses of up to 50 sweet tasting fruit mean that this is a prolific cropper with good spacing between the trusses which means there are only a few trusses on the plant. Usually one of the first tomatoes in our gardens. Compares well with other small cherry tomatoes such as Christmas Grapes and crops slightly earlier (just after Bloody Butcher which is usually first). A classic simple red cherry tomato and a good start to the tomato year.

We grew these in 2022 after a number of years gap and they did very well. First to ripen (121 days after sowing, 57 days after planting) and with lots of trusses each with quite a lot of fruit. As ever with red cherry tomatoes, it difficult to decide which cultivar is best to grow.

Quick Facts

  • Fruit Type: Cherry
  • Fruit Shape: Round
  • Fruit Size: Small
  • Fruit Colour: Red
  • Flesh Colour: Red
  • Plant Type: Indeterminate
  • Seed Type: Heritage
  • Leaf Type: Regular
  • Time to Ripe: Early (55+ Days)
  • Taste: Sweet/Tart
  • Fruit per Truss: 6-12
  • Truss Spacing: 15-24 inches
  • Alternatives: Christmas Grapes
  • Our Source: Nicky’s Seeds

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    Updated: 08/01/2024