I grew the Pink Cheeks tomato in 2016, both in the ground and in a container. The plant in the ground was one of my favorite tomatoes, that year. It tasted just like Chapman (a great taste for tuna sandwiches), but it had a softer texture, and much smaller (but still large) fruits. It was juicier than Chapman. The plant had a low, crawling bush-type habit. It produced well.
If I remember correctly, Pink Cheeks was remarkable in that the fruits ripened quickly after they started setting.
I grew it again in 2017, but it didn't have enough sun, and it was crowded. It didn't produce that year.
I'm growing two plants this year. One from seeds I saved from the 2016 plant grown in a container, and another from the original seed packet (from doublehelixfarms.com).
Note that I would have grown seeds from the one grown in the ground instead of the one in the container, but I froze those seeds in the fruits experimentally, and from growouts of other such frozen fruits I've tried, they're probably not viable anymore.
Here are the plants I'm growing, this year. These pictures were taken on 27 May 2020.
Here are some fruits from my plant grown from among the seeds that I saved in 2016 (from the container-grown plant). The taste was very good, and much more potent than before; it had similqr qualities, but wasn't exactly the same. The fruits were much firmer, with more durable skin, this time. The fruits were smaller, and shaped differently, without yellow shoulders. The fruits are a darker pink. I'm unclear as to whether this is a cross, or if these are just the effecrs of the different growing conditions. The fruits perhaps look shinier and waxier, this year.
The other fruits looked similar cut in two.
Location: SW Idaho, USA
USDA hardiness zone: 6
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