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Re: Beautiful

Kitty, a new cherry tomato I tried this past season was Sweet Baby Girl.   In 
the past I have always grown 4th of July which is a larger cherry.   My 
granddaughter who prefers tomatoes over sweets didn't like the 4th of July because 
it was more than a mouthful, a two bite tomato.   We loved the SBG.   I grow 
18 tomato plants and a variety but only 1 cherry plant.   SBG is a 65 day, 
indeterminate plant, Tobacc Mosaic resistant, crack resistant and produces fruit 
in long clusters of < 1 oz.    I purchase my seed from Totally Tomatoes   (    
www.totallytomato.com    ).   If you are interested in planting only one or a 
few I would be glad to send you a few seed.   I guarantee you can not pick 
these without sampling in the process!

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