80 days. Our favorite red cherry. This juicy cherry tomato was selected by the late horticultural genius, Alan Chadwick. The 3.5 cm fruits are borne in clusters of 6, have a sweet delicious tomato flavour and few seeds. Fruits are large for a cherry tomato and are perfect for snacking or in salad. The indeterminate vines are vigorous, highly productive and disease resistant. Says Graeme Koetsveld in his blog "Our Tuscan Garden" (on Blogger): "I've grown most of the well-known cherry varieties over the years and I keep coming back to Camp Joy (aka Chadwick's Cherry) for their genuine flavour, reliability and huge crops."