Just like you grow any other tomato. Are you starting from seed? Or purchased plants? This will get you started.
Hi Tunisia: You would grow them just like any other tomato plant, but you will need to have about 3 poles to hold them up as they grow very tall. If you are starting from plants, put the plant into the ground with gardening soil up to the first set of leaves. Tomato plants will grow roots out of the stalk:) and, you want it deep enough so that it won't fall over. After planting, tie it loosely to one of the stakes to keep it upright. Fertilize it about every 10 days with a vegetable fertilizer, and water every day You should have cherry tomatoes then. If you are starting from seeds, well, it's a little late in the year for that, I'd wait until next year. Good luck
Here are some helps, also I would add 2 tablespoons of epsom salts in a gallon of water to aid them, besides what is in the tutorial. (I have learned that since doing the tutorial). This is about pots, but it remains the same in our raised garden bed. https://www.hometalk.com/37951919/growing-tomatoes-in-pots
Thanks so much for your help.
All the answers previously are what you need to do. But I like to put mine in a pot, or plastic bin ( cut holes in it). Especially purchased starters.
that is what I do too