Juliet Roma Grape Tomato
Tomato plants known for delicious sweet, nibble-sized grape tomatoes. Outstanding production.

Juliet Roma Grape Tomato

4.90 out of 5 based on 20 customer ratings
(21 customer reviews)

  • Fruit size: 1-2 oz
  • Matures: 60 days
  • Plant spacing: 36 inches apart
  • Plant size: 6 to 8 feet tall
  • Plant type: Indeterminate

Slightly larger than the well-known Santa grape tomato, Juliet bears delicious, sweet fruit on indeterminate vines. Some gardeners refer to it as a mini Roma because of the shape. The wonderfully sweet fruit are crack resistant and remain in good condition on the vine longer than most cherry tomatoes. The fruit are as soft and juicy as cherry tomatoes, they hold up well in salads, even leftovers, and they have a longer shelf life so you can keep them on hand without picking every day. The vigorous vines set lots of fruit on long trusses and keep setting fruit throughout the summer. Quite heat tolerant. Vines are long and vigorous, so give the plant room to tumble over its cage. Tolerant to late blight. Resistant to early blight. One of the longest-lasting tomatoes in the garden. Hybrid.

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20 reviews for Juliet Roma Grape Tomato

  1. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    The BEST tomato ever! These Juliet tomatoes are incredibly prolific. They just produce and produce and don’t seem to fussy about temperatures. Very resistant to problems. The critters seem to leave them alone too. I will look for these again and plant several next year. Make sure you give them large cages and tie up well.

  2. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    We have tried to grow tomatoes in the past with limited success until my wife found this variety. The taste of this Roma type is very good. The plants have only gotten fertilizer & water but they are very prolific, heavy yielders with no blossom end rot. We will definitely look for this variety again and make it a regular in our garden. Thanks Bonnie!

  3. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    My first plant was from Bonnie and I loved it. Due to inconsistent availability or unavailability I have grown them from seed. This season (spring 2015) I have 10 plants in containers with 12 foot bamboo trellis for support. They last well into the fall having been set out in February. I vacuum seal them and freeze them. One really cool thing is that when they are slightly thawed, you can squeeze one end and the skin pops off. So I freeze them whole. They are the mainstay of my saucing effort also but I grow 8 other tomato types (250 plants in containers) and make a mix including Bonnie’s SuperSweet 100 cherry tomatoes. I run the mix of tomatoes through a blender, than through a food mill to remove seeds and any skin and then simmer all day. Wonderful sauce.

  4. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    My absolute favorite! Great taste and amazing yields. They are like eating candy off the vine, but also keep very well (including on the vine). If you try them once, they will be in your garden every year. They produce later in the season than any other tomatoes I plant too. After the first killing frost, I pick all left on the vines and put them up for the winter. I roast them, and freeze them, and they retain their flavor to use thru the winter. A must try variety.

  5. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    I grew these tomatoes for 6 years could not find last year or this year yet.These plants always grew 8 to 10 feet tall and produced the best. I settled for Tami G last year and was disappointed.

  6. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Love these.
    Grew these for the first time last year, they taste great, plant is hardy. Grew them in a container and they did great. Lasts thru the fall too!
    Sadly I’m having a hard time finding them this year…. :(

  7. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    I grew these for the first time last year – in flower pots on my deck, the only place in my yard that gets several hours of sun. I bought the last 3 plants available and 3 cherry tomato plants as well. I was disappointed with the cherry tomatoes as they went bad quickly and didn’t taste as good as the Juliets, fantastic tomatoes that produced fruit well into the fall. I am already looking for these tomato plants now, as I want to get at least 6 this year.

  8. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    The Juliet has such a good taste and is the last tomato in my garden come fall. I pick the last of them and keep them on a platter until they are ripe. There is only one problem, Bonnie does not grow enough of them to satisfy the demand. I just went to four shops that Bonnie services and found ONE Juliet plant. I am not able to buy four plants so maybe I need to camp out until the Bonnie truck shows up here. Perhaps I need to grow my own. I have a small hot house where I can store new plants and seedlings I grew until the good weather arrives. please email me three Juliet plants.

  9. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Have planted these 4 years and now looking for 2015. These are so good and productive.

  10. Taste:
    4 out of 5

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    I was very impressed with this little tomato! Usually I don’t like the little grape & cherry tomatoes that much but these are really good!

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    Summer of 2014 was the first time I grew these tomatoes…..

    I couldn’t believe the yield, size AND the flavour.

    I will absolutely grow these from now on.

  12. Taste:
    4 out of 5

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    No disease problems; incredible production: Grew one plant in a large container also containing wintergreen. Disease-free. Incredible growth and production through October. Ended up draping the vines over nearby shrubs for support! Live in the southeast.

  13. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Juliets are the only tomoates I plant!: Anybody that has tasted these out of my garden has been converted. It is the most awesome tomato–will keep for over a week and only gets sweeter. Fresh, frozen (skin & all–zero waste). Great for cooking in the winter for chili, gumbo, anything you would use canned tomatoes for!! Be sure and give them plenty of room to run. Mine are planted in 5' tall homemade cages and they come over the top and run like a vine!

  14. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    This is the only tomatoes I plant!!: These tomatoes are awesome!! Everybody that has tried them out of my garden were instantly converted. Fresh, salsa, frozen (skin & all–zero waste). Great for chili, gumbo, soups, anything you would use canned tomatoes in. Give plenty of room to run in garden. Mine are planted in 5' tall homemade cages and grow out the top and run like a vine.

  15. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Great! Will buy forever!: Thought I could not find them this year? Had it in my head they were called Napa Grape…So happy when I found the plastic “push in the soil” label! Now I can find just the right one! Did not want to get any other grape type tomatoe! This one is it for me from now on.

  16. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    great: I love these little tomatoes for their flavor, texture and for their abundant fruit; like hundreds of lbs per plant. Very versatile in the kitchen, grille or freezer, from salads to sauces to stirfry Additionally, they are easier to cut or eat than cherry tomatoes.

  17. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Tasty and prolific: This tomato is a MUST plant, grows unbelievably tall and tons of fruit. Haven't gone a year without them since i first tried them.. GO BUY ONE NOW!! you won't regret it!

  18. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    awesome: Love, love, love these tomatoes. Make sure you have room…ours grew well over ten feet and they were abundant and delicious. Can not wait till summer!

  19. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Outstanding in Every Category!: I am amazed by the amount of fruit this plant produces, tons of sweet, firm little beauties.

    Additionally, this plant is holding up like a champ when all the other tomatoes (four other varieties) in my garden are suffering from powdery mildew (Florida rains). It's nothing short of amazing. I won't be planting any other cherry sized tomatoes other than this one ever again.

  20. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    A must have plant!!: I planted these by luck a few years ago. Since then it is a quest to get them every year. The have amazing yields of delicious tomatoes (all season!). The flavor and texture is perfect. You can't walk past the garden without grabbing a few. If you try them, they will become an every year quest for you too.

  21. Taste:
    5 out of 5

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    Juliet Love: Tried the Juliet for the first time and have loved it. It is prolific in its production, fruits are sweet (though some are sweeter) and seem to resist splitting and softening. Will plant them again….a nice alternative to some of the cherry varieties.

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