I trialed over 30 'new-to-me' cherries in 2013 and this one literally stopped me in my tracks!
Glossy, bright-red, strawberry-shaped fruits are blemish-free, crack-resistant, disease-resistant, produced in profusion and seem to hang forever on hardy potato-leaved vines.
Not overly sweet (as the name and shape may cause you to expect) but enough so to make your mouth say, 'Wow!".
HISTORY: Seed source: SSE 2013 Yearbook, Al Anderson (OH AN A). From what I can tell this is a sibling line / OP version of the earliest trials of the hybrid "Tomato Berry".
GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Cherry
FRUIT SHAPE: Variable
FRUIT SIZE: Small
FRUIT COLOR: Red
ORIGIN: Unsure. Probably OP version of hybrid.