The centiflor trait, when you see it, really makes you do a double-take. What I am referring to is the cluster of flowers. We all know what the normal cluster looks like- perhaps 6 or so blossoms per stem. Picture a total bouquet of flowers per stem! Often a hundred or more- it is kind of amazing to see, at least to those of us who grow tomatoes. Not every flower will set (the plant might crash to the ground with the weight of all those fruit!) but you will still get a huge cluster. This is a cross of the great Sungold and Centiflor Red. Vigor and a ton of tasty orange bite sized little cherries. What more can you ask for? There are a couple other Cherry types we grow that have the centiflor trait. I always forget which ones until I see them blooming each year. Very striking to see!