What season do cherry tomatoes grow?
Consequently, how long before cherry tomatoes bear fruit?
65 to 70 days
Furthermore, where do cherry tomatoes grow? Grow it near a porch or up a trellis to keep the plants off the ground. Most cherry tomatoes are indeterminates, meaning they will keep on growing, flowering, and bearing fruit until frost kills them.
Also asked, do cherry tomatoes keep producing?
Cherry tomatoes flower best in full-sun locations in most climates. They can bloom during any season. If you can keep your cherry tomato plants from freezing, they'll keep flowering and producing fruits. Growing the plants under continuous light, however, reduces their fruit set.
How tall do cherry tomatoes grow?
All three are what are called "indeterminate" varieties, meaning they will continue to grow taller and produce more until the plants are killed by frost, which — if they really like where they are — means the plants may grow to 6, 8, or even 10 feet tall.