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How to Grow Tom Thumb Tomatoes

by Emma Watkins
As a cherry tomato, Tom Thumb matures quickly. While large tomatoes take up to four months to ripen, cherry varieties are ready for harvest in half that time. Although this type of tomato develops with a sprawling habit, according to the Koanga Institute in New Zealand, which works to preserve plant...

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