Originally Posted by brismith70
Last year, I grew Black Cherry. Even in the 115 degree dog days of summer here in Phoenix, that plant just would not die. It stopped producing blooms, but just kept on growing. Then when the heat finally broke in September, it started blooming again.
This year, I am trying Indian Stripe and Santiago. I will let you know how they do in the real heat.
I too, have had cherry tomatoes go on into the heat, but I found the skins toughened up and they lost that really fresh flavor as the heat started to pour on. Did black cherry do towards the end of its fruiting?