Juliet Hybrid Tomato

Juliet Hybrid Tomato

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4.7 (7 reviews)
60 Days
(EB) 1999 AAS Winner! Famous for yielding the first elongated, grape-like fruits that don't crack! Clusters of unusual, sweet-flavored fruits cling to the vine longer than any other cherry tomato. Glossy, red-skinned fruits weigh 1 oz. each.
20 seeds
1/32 Ounce

Product Details

: 36
: Spring
: 0.5
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
: 2 -
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Yes
: Green
: Red
: 7 to 21
: 60
: 24
: Yes
: Indeterminate
: Hybrid

Scientific Details

: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Juliet
Product Reviews
4.7 (7 reviews)
  • By Hugh F
    From Houston, TX area
    A real winner in our hot, humid Texas climate. 2014 was the second year I had Juliets, but the first I grew my own from seed. These tasty little tomatoes just kept bearing all summer, through 90+ temps. Grew like weeds. I also found they freeze well, with no prep except washing, so I have tomatoes to make stewed tomatoes all winter. I gave some of my seedlings to friends and they had equally good results.
    * New notes added 1/3/2015 10:32:49 AM:
  • By Samuel B
    From Saint Paul, MN
    Very productive. Large enough that individual fruits are best cut in half for salads. This is one of our neighbor's small-fruited tomatoes.
  • By Micheale G
    From Oregon
    This is the second year I grew these. They make the best sun dried tomatoes for me to use during the winter. However, they do take some more "coddling" than my other tomatoes, but worth the extra work.
  • By Betsy R
    From Duncannon, PA
    Juliet's keep growing and producing for me despite the late blight that I get. Good for sauces as well as fresh.