Very mixed shapes and sizes. Some of mine were over 150g. Not quite as productive as Dwarf Wild Fred, but I think Dwarf Mary's Cherry has slightly better flavour.
Very recent variety, produced as part of the "Dwarf Tomato Project". One of the varieties obtained from the Hazy line, a cross between "Purple Haze" and "Dwarf Wild Fred" (Vince Lavallo, 2010).
Selected and appointed by Susan Oliverson with the help of Justin Sieglaff.
Very large cherry tomatoes, round to almost mini beefsteak types, dark purple / brown.
It is certainly not a small cherry tomato, the name is misleading.
Fruit weight varies from 25 to 75 gr.
Juicy pulp with a complex tasty taste of dark tomatoes.
Indeterminate growing dwarf plants of about 1.2m with regular foliage.
High yields in mid-season.
NB: for better production it is advisable to grow this variety allowing several stems. Can be grown in big pots but the yield and fruit size will be reduced.