One nickname for “tomato” is “Tommy Toe.” This one originated in the Ozarks around 1900, but is also exceedingly popular in Australia where it consistently wins taste tests. The flavor is very good, not exactly sweet but with an old-fashioned, full, complex flavor. Exceptionally vigorous plants produce hundreds of 1-inch, bright red, cherry tomatoes with plenty of juice. Great for salads and can even be used for making tomato juice. This is the tomato that you’ll eat as you're walking through the garden. Unfazed by heat and humidity, but also a good choice for cooler growing regions. Large, sprawling plants will need support unless you decide to just let them ramble. Tommy Toe practically grows itself, resisting most diseases. Indeterminate. Matures 70-75 days from transplant. Packet contains at least 30 seeds.