Sweet 100 Tomato
Growing Information and Photos



These photos are all courtesy of Mensa Gardening SIG members. These Tomato grow in Massachusetts. Enjoy!

I grow the super Sweet 100 Hybrid Tomato in New England. I pre-planted the seeds in March and put them out in early May. The seeds take 10 days to germinate, you harvest in 65 days. Plant the plants 2' apart.

You'll want to put cages around the plants as they grow to keep the small tomatoes up off the ground. These are perfect for salads and appetizers, very tasty and sweet. I like the flavors of these much more than the big, beefsteak tomato styles.


Mar 29


Mar 30


Apr 02 (right two)


Apr 08




The next three are from April 29th


Tomato are on the left, that's squash on the right






May 21


May 21


May 29 (I couldn't get the stakes into the ground, the supports are upside down here)




The next group are all from June 30th. We have baby tomatoes!!




Aren't they cute!!








By early August we were FLOODED with red tomatoes every day, the more I picked, the more they grew. I could easily pick 20 a day and if I let it go too long, they seemed to multiply exponentially.



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