90 days. [Originally introduced by the Seed Ambassadors Project, from imported tomatillos bought at the Plaza Latina market in Eugene, OR.] 3 in. fruits, the largest tomatillo we’ve ever grown! Larger fruits make for faster harvests, though the fruits are a month later to ripen and don’t do well in cool summers. These tomatillos won’t drop to the ground; harvest by pulling them off the plants when ripe (yellow- green fruits). Fruits keep well. Pkt.


Please refer to Husk Tomato (Ground Cherry & Tomatillo) Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 0.06-0.09g (90-140 seeds).