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Named in honor of my nephew, Yellow Bird tomato is even more disease resistant than Matt’s Wild Cherry and other wild cherry and currant tomatoes. Yellow Bird is resistant to Septoria, Early Blight, Late Blight, and Verticillium. They can be in a field of other tomatoes all dying of Late Blight, get infected themselves, and continue growing as though there is no disease present. The bright yellow cherries are born in trusses of 3-7 over sprawling indeterminate vines that can extend longer than 8 feet if given the season length. If you are into wild species tomatoes, Yellow Bird would make a good addition, as well as those who are looking for low maintenance types. The flavor is strong and tart with bold fruity overtones that exceed the expectations had of most yellow tomatoes, being better than most red cherries.