Tomato Golden Currant - Vegetable Seeds

1 packet contains - 50 seeds. Small golden colored tomato (a near relative to the common tomato) with an excellent sweet flavor.


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Description for Tomato Golden Currant

The plants typically grows as an Annual/Perennial. The plants are very vigorous. Golden Currant produces numerous small, sweet, yellow fruits. Currant type tomatoes are quite sprawling and require either a lot of space or a very sturdy trellising system. They typically require around 75 days to reach maturity, and make a good choice for containers and hanging baskets.

Common name(s): Golden Currant
Flower colours: Yellow
Bloom time: April to June
Max reacahble height: Up to 10 inches
Difficulty to grow:: Moderately difficult

Planting and care

Sow indoors from the late February to April. Sow 1 to 2 cm deep. Plant outside in May, 1 plant per meter square. Plants like few supporting sticks around them. Keep 60 to 80 cm distance between transplanted plantlets.

Sunlight: Full sun
Soil: Well-drained, fertile soil, high in organic matter
Water: Moderate
Temperature: 18 to 26 degrees C
Fertilizer: Use any organic fertilizer (rich in phosphorus and potassium).

Caring for Tomato Golden Currant

  • Water generously for the first few days.
  • Water well throughout growing season, about 2 inches per week during the summer. Keep watering consistent.
  • Mulch five weeks after transplanting to retain moisture.
  • To help tomatoes through periods of drought, find some flat rocks and place one next to each plant. The rocks pull up water from under the ground and keep it from evaporating into the atmosphere.
  • Fertilize two weeks prior to first picking and again two weeks after first picking.
  • If using stakes, prune plants by pinching off suckers so that only a couple stems are growing per stake.
  • Practice crop rotation from year to year to prevent diseases that may have over wintered.


Harvest is possible until the first frosts.

Typical uses of Tomato Golden Currant

Special features: Fruits

Culinary use: It is a part of food system.

Ornamental use: NA

Medicinal use: It contains high amount of anti-oxidants.