I have a problem with tomatoes. Each year I tell myself that I'm not going to plant as many as last year, and each year I end up planting more than the year before. I can't help myself. And I'm an heirloom girl, so I always plant plenty of Brandywine, Radiator Charlies Mortgage Lifter, Cherokee Purple, and anything else that has a pedigree. But there's this one little modern hybrid that's powerful enough to make me break my heirloom-only rule. It's a fantastic little beauty that goes by the name "Sunsugar". Oh my goodness, you haven't lived until you've popped one of these sweet treats in your mouth! They are so sweet, tangy, and bursting with flavor that I think they should change the name to "Sunburst". The color is irresistible, too--it's golden orange, and it glows so bright it makes you do a double take. The fruit grows in clusters of cherry tomato-sized morsels, just perfect for snacking as I go about my chores. One year I put my lounge chair in the garden right next to this plant. I'd sit there admiring my garden in the evenings, munching on a handful of these little fellows. Oh, the joys of summer! But this year I didn't have to wait until summer to have them. I cheated! I found full-sized plants at a local nursery with green tomatoes already on them. I immediately snapped up three and planted them as soon as I got home. Within a week or so I was snacking away, happy as a turtle in a tomato patch! You just can't beat homegrown tomatoes fresh from the vine. So if you're thinking of planting some this year, give Sunsugar a try. And if by some chance you don't like it, just send it my way...I can never get enough.