Juliet bears delicious, wonderfully sweet little plum-shaped fruits of 1 to 2 ounces. Something of a cross between a roma and a grape tomato, Juliet is also an All American Selection, is a good stewing tomato, excellent salad tomato, and makes a tangy sauce with a diverse complex richness and full sweet tomato flavor. Soft and juicy, yet holds well on the vines a long time. Will produce tons of fruit throughout the summer and is both heat tolerant and disease resistant–tolerant to late blight and resistant to early blight. (Indeterminate–that will need plenty of room)
Juliet is also great for drying. Cut them in half, flip out the seeds and dehydrate. They are like tomato ‘raisins’— chewy and sweet to eat, use on pizza, or in a winter stir-fry.
Maturity from transplant: 60 days