All our tomatoes are indeterminate unless noted otherwise. In the Pacific Northwest, start tomatoes in mid-March indoors and plant out into a greenhouse or covered space in April or if outdoors in early May. Indeterminate tomatoes need to be staked and may be pruned and trained onto a trellis or up a hanging string. We allow 2 feet between plants in rows 3 feet apart. Determinate tomatoes make good patio, hanging or potted tomatoes
Cherry tomatoes tend to ripen earlier which is important in cooler climates. Also they tend to be sweeter than larger tomatoes.