Seeds of Change Certified Organic Chadwick Cherry Tomato Seeds

by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)

Cherry tomatoes are one of the world's favorite healthy snacks.

They are smaller in size than a conventional tomato, yet remain rich in flavor.

Many enjoy growing cherry tomatoes at home for they look irresistibly delectable especially when they are ready for harvest.

You should try planting some Seeds of Change Certified Organic Chadwick Cherry Tomato seeds in your containers, and see why many growers claim that the fruits almost never make it to the table.

The Chadwick cherry tomato variety was selected by the late horticultural genius Alan Chadwick.

It has received rave reviews about its mouthwatering, sparkling, full-bodied tomato flavor.

This seed packet contains 50 organic seeds that will grow into indeterminate vines and produce fruits that are actually larger than a cherry.

The plant is a vigorous grower, a prolific producer and disease resistant. Seeds of Change will contribute 1 percent of the net sales of this product to advance cause of sustainable organic agriculture worldwide.

Read reviews of Seeds of Change Certified Organic Chadwick Cherry Tomato at Amazon

High quality seeds: Seeds were all tested for high germination rates and purity and meets or exceeds federal standards

Properly packaged: The seeds are hermetically sealed in a resealable package. This method ensures longer shelf life and maintains higher germination rate

All natural: The seeds are 100% certified organic, non-GMO, and free from chemicals and pesticides

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