Sweet Million Hybrid Cherry Tomato Seeds

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These vigorous plants bear masses of sweet "cherries"

Days to Maturity: 65 from transplant


Large clusters of smooth, bright, miniature fruit arise all summer long on this classic variety. A garden treasure that always turns out big harvests of sweet tomatoes, Sweet Million hybrid is considered a high performer based on testimonials of hundreds of customers as well as our own garden trials.

The bright red, 1- to 1 ½-inch globes are sweet and tender, arising plentifully on indeterminate plants resistant to fusarium wilt race 1, nematodes, tobacco mosaic virus, and leaf spot.

Start seeds indoors 5 to 6 weeks before the last frost date. Plant outdoors when danger of frost is past and night temperatures consistently remain above 55 degrees Fahrenheit. If an unexpected late frost is forecasted, protect young plants with plastic sheeting or other cover. Set plants 2 to 2½ feet apart.


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Genus Lycopersicon
Species esculentum
Variety Sweet Million Hybrid
Tomato Fruit Set Indeterminate
Days to Maturity 65
Fruit Color Red
Habit Vining
Additional Characteristics Edible
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Resistance Fusarium Wilt Race 1, Root-Knot Nematodes, Septoria (Leafspot), Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Beds, Cuisine, Outdoor

Product Review Summary

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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 5.0/5.0

Customer Reviews

September 27, 2022

"Millions" Cherry Tomato

This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I didn't start my garden until very late. i found this plant at a grocery store. WOW! It out grew the thin bamboo sticks i had. I had to add a taller fiberglass driveway marker! Still it kept growing! It must be over 6' tall. A few weeks ago I started covering all my vegetables with row cloth. The edge of the Hampden Co. & Berkshire Co. line in MA it was getting chilly. This plant needed to be tied to my Bean net hooks and it twisted around from weight! I had to tie it anywhere i could. it is still wrapped in row cloth and still some clusters to start to "turn". AMAZIMG! I would like more info on it's origin, breeder, etc. It sure surprised me!

Rose Picard from MA

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