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‘Cherokee Purple Cherry’ was found by Clifton Hedrick of Sommerset, Kentucky, USA, in his garden. It is a very beautiful and super tasty sport of Cherokee Purple Tomato. Small, cherry-sized fruit, but in your mouth – a huge explosion of the best tomato taste, similar to the big-fruited Cherokee Purple tomato. Strong and very disease-resistant, indeterminate plants produce a very good yield of round, dark purple tomatoes, weighing about 0,7-1,4oz./20-40g. Highly recommended to everyone, who enjoys Cherokee Purple’s flavor. Midseason, about 75 days from transplant.