I'm growing an Aurum cherry tomato. All I know is that it produces golden-orange tomatoes. This seems to be an uncommon variety as I have been able to find no info on it online.
Any additional info appreciated.
I don't think it's that uncommon b'c when I googled it I found it on quite a few trade lists and grow out lists.
But the only description I found for it is a person who lists it in the 2012 SSE YEarbook who said:
65-70 days, indet, regualr leaf, golden orange fruit, pearl shaped, high yields, sweet and fruity, very good plus flavor.
I know this person and know what adjectives he uses, and very good is below excellent and superb in his list of adjectives.
So give it a try and let us know what you think of it.
My only hesitation is if it's truly that small, as in pearl shaped, I wonder if it might be a currant variety.
Thanks very much, Carolyn. That was what I was looking for. And just the kind of tomato I'm looking to grow. Definitely looking forward to a taste of these.