An old variety from Cuba, 'Cuban Yellow Grape' produces fruit like you'd expect from the name: clusters of small, yellow grape-type tomatoes. It's a vigorous, indeterminate variety that grows tall and produces very sweet fruits. The fruit ripens about 90 days from transplanting.
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