Sunday, 29 June 2008
I took a picture of Micro Tom earlier in the season and I couldn't help taking another now the plant is more advanced.
Micro Tom is fun to grow but unfortunately I think that its fruits are just a little too small for practical use but they do taste very good!
I have found with bush cherry varieties that if you grow them in a larger pot than recommended you often get slightly larger fruit. I used to do this with Tumbler, one of the first cherry varieties to be recommended for hanging baskets.
It is difficult to find Tumbler seed these past few seasons so now I grow Red Alert instead.
Two other great cherry varieties to grow in large pots or containers are Tumbling Tom and Garden Pearl.