Individually wrapped, pop-in-your-mouth, scrumpticious spheres of sweetness that taste like a combination of strawberry and pineapple with a hint of fig newton.
A member of the solanaceae family (yes! tomatoes), plants prefer - maybe even require - neglect. Throw them in a part of your garden or landscape and forget them until the end of summer. As fruits mature, their husks will turn papery and eventually drop to the ground, signally they are ripe. Plants are very, very productive! The good news is that they store incredibly well (as long as the paper husks remain intact) - becoming even more sweet with age!
'Goldie' is a self-pollinating variety.
Sold in a 2.5" pot.
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