What a fantastic tomato discovery!
On a whim I bought this seed, and started a tray full of plants indoors, in southern Vermont. They got off to a good start but didn't ripen any fruit until mid-august. Then in September and October my life became "another day, another tub of Lilliput tomatoes"! Prolific, reliable, disease resistant and have a wonderful tomato flavor. Fruit is tender and not granular in texture. Suitable for cooking or fresh eating,in salads especially when cut in half. Not susceptible to fusarium wilt in my experience. Small determinate plant that can be grown without staking. Highly recommended.