80 days. [Seed collected by Barbara Rosholdt from tomatillos planted by Mexican workers at the Everona sheep dairy near Unionville, VA. Introduced 2008 by SESE .] Finally a tomatillo that not only has nice large fruits (up to 2½ in. diameter), but can handle a Virginia summer and pests and still produce prolifically! Plants thrive even in heavy clay soil and drought. Mostly green fruits, a few with purple blushing. (1.5 g)
  • Item # 48103A


Physalis ixocarpa
Please refer to our Husk Tomato (Ground Cherry & Tomatillo) Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 0.06-0.09g (90-140 seeds).