Cherry tomatoes are one of the most rewarding and delicious crops to grow in small spaces, since even one plant can produce a lot.
This year I grew again currant tomatoes (Solanum pimpinellifolium), which are even smaller and on top of that they are more nutritious.
I am experimenting more and more with growing greens and berries that are less domesticated. These “wilder” plants often times are even more nutritious than what we call “super-foods”. Maybe we should call them “ultra-foods”? 😉
To learn more check out nutrition researcher Jo Robinson and her Eating on the Wild Side website and book.