Cherry Tomato Seeds
Number of Seeds : approximately 50
Minimum Germination : 60%
For best fruiting, pick a location where the plant will get at least eight hours of direct sun each day. You can actually skip the tomato cage and save a little cash if you have a spot close to a balcony or railing, which you can use to support the tomato vines.
Fast-growing and prolific, cherry tomatoes are a favorite in raised beds.Tomato plants are easy to start from seed. Start them indoors, six to eight weeks before your average last frost date. In warm conditions indoors the seeds will usually germinate in just a few days
For transplanting Water until the potting mix is evenly moist. Top it off with a little more potting mix, adding enough so it comes to about ½ inch below the rim of the planter and making sure the soil surface is level. Dig a small hole in the center of the planting mix. Carefully remove your tomato plant from its original pot and slide it into the hole, planting it deep enough so only the top four to six leaves show once you cover it back up with potting mix.
Water every two or three days to keep the soil evenly moist (in hot, dry weather you may need to water every day). Feed your plant fertilizer once a week, according to directions.