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Post  OhioGardener 7/14/2021, 11:42 am

Curious, has anyone grown the Spoon Tomato?  Sounds like an interesting novelty, but wondering if it is worth the space it takes?

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"The spoon is the worlds smallest tomato.  The tomatoes are about the size of a red current.  The spoon is a 70 day indeterminate tomato that makes the cuties little cascades of current size tomatoes. The tomatoes themselves are juicy and are tight little fruit. They pop in your mouth when you bite down on them.  The plant is large with long vines that make lots and lots of these little babies.  This is a fun variety for kids and look great in a salad.  This is a very rare variety. The spoon seeds are very small. You will delight friends with these little sweet flavor bursts."

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Post  sanderson 7/14/2021, 11:59 am

It's definitely a novelty! Maybe worth it if there is a place to grow them out of the beds and young grandchildren.

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Post  annebury 7/27/2021, 3:15 pm

I'm growing two spoon tomato plants this year.  They are definitely a novelty, but they do take up space that a "real" tomato might take.  There are lots and lots of fruit.  I don't find them as sweet or tender as my sweet millions.
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Post  njayne58 7/28/2021, 12:19 pm

I have a Candyland Red variety of spoon tomato plant in my square foot garden. I've been cutting the plant back because it is getting so tall. The tiny tomatoes taste good but there are way too many of them for just my husband and I to eat. They also fall off the plant very easily. I'm not growing it again. Next year, I plan to grow a dwarf variety of small tomatoes.
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