All the flavor of a big tomato squeezed into the size of a currant! Carefree growth and uncontrollable yield; can become self-perpetuating volunteers in the garden. Perfect for half-wild, untended gardens and permaculture plantings. It is very difficult to figure out currant tomato species classification. Originally all currants were Solanum pimpinellifolium, however many experts believe most cultivated currants have been crossed with Solanum lycopersicum. Whatever the case, currants do cross pollinate more readily due to their semi-wild nature.

For quick comparison and reference, check out our “Tomatoes At-A-Glance: Cherry/Grape and Currant” chart.

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  • Tomato, Golden Currant (Organic)

    Tomato, Golden Currant (Organic)


    Solanum sp. Yellow Currant. 70 days. Indet. An excellent currant tomato, producing tiny golden-yellow fruit packed with flavor that is fruitier than Yellow Currant and sweeter than Orange Currant. Plants are quite sprawling and require either a lot of space or a very sturdy trellising system as plants can grow to 8-10′ with huge yields….

  • Tomato, Orange Currant (Organic)

    Tomato, Orange Currant (Organic)


    Solanum sp. Orange Currant. 65-70 days. Indet. Produces immense quantities of miniature (¼ – ½”) tomatoes similar to other currant types but with good orange color and split resistance. Skin is thick, but flavor is excellent, fruity and sweet. They delightfully pop in your mouth! Tiny fruit holds quality for a long time both on…

  • Tomato, Sweet Cherriette (Organic)

    Tomato, Sweet Cherriette (Organic)


    Solanum sp. Red Currant. 35 days. Indet. Dwarf. Probably an interspecific cross of S. esculentum and S. pimpinellifolium. A delightful discovery for us from an old packet from Peters Seed and Research given to us by our friends at Bountiful Gardens. Almost always the first tomato of the season for us, sometimes by two whole…