Tomatillos

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

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




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Cisineros Grande TOMATILLO 0.09 g

Cisineros Grande TOMATILLO 0.09 g

(P. IXOCARPA): 80 Days. Large fruits (up to 2.5"!) make for easy harvest and processing. Highly productive. Most fruits ripen to yellow, while some stay green throughout. There is a fair amount of variation in this variety. Fruits range from the size of a small lime to a...
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Cisineros Grande TOMATILLO 1.5 g

Cisineros Grande TOMATILLO 1.5 g

(P. IXOCARPA): 80 Days. Large fruits (up to 2.5"!) make for easy harvest and processing. Highly productive. Most fruits ripen to yellow, while some stay green throughout. There is a fair amount of variation in this variety. Fruits range from the size of a small lime to a...
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De Milpa TOMATILLO 0.09 g

De Milpa TOMATILLO 0.09 g

(P. ixocarpa) 70–80 days. Vigorous variety with 5/8 in. fruits, mostly purple, some green. Stronger, sharper flavor than most tomatillos, the preferred variety for some Mexican dishes. Pkt (0.09 g, 90-140 seeds)
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Dr. Wyche's Yellow TOMATILLO 0.09 g

Dr. Wyche's Yellow TOMATILLO 0.09 g

65 days. [From the collection of Dr. John Wyche of Hugo, OK, one of SSE’s earliest members.] Our earliest tomatillo and one of our sweetest. Heavy yields of 1½" cheerful yellow fruits. (Plus an occasional cheerful purple fruit.) Pkt

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Everona Large Green TOMATILLO 0.09 g

Everona Large Green TOMATILLO 0.09 g

(P. IXOCARPA): [Seed collected by Barbara Rosholdt from tomatillos planted by Mexican workers at the Everona sheep dairy near Unionville, Virginia. Introduced by SESE 2008.] Finally a tomatillo that not only has nice large fruits (up to 2" diameter), but can...
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Everona Large Green TOMATILLO 1.50 g

Everona Large Green TOMATILLO 1.50 g

(P. IXOCARPA): [Seed collected by Barbara Rosholdt from tomatillos planted by Mexican workers at the Everona sheep dairy near Unionville, Virginia. Introduced by SESE 2008.] Finally a tomatillo that not only has nice large fruits (up to 2" diameter), but can...
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Plaza Latina Giant TOMATILLO 0.09g

Plaza Latina Giant TOMATILLO 0.09g

[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 weÂ’ve ever grown! Larger fruits make for faster harvests, though the fruits are a month later to ripen. These tomatillos...
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Plaza Latina Giant TOMATILLO 1.5g

Plaza Latina Giant TOMATILLO 1.5g

[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 weÂ’ve ever grown! Larger fruits make for faster harvests, though the fruits are a month later to ripen. These tomatillos...
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Purple TOMATILLO 0.09 g

Purple TOMATILLO 0.09 g

80 days. 1" x 1½" fruits ripen to dark purple. Sweeter than green varieties. 4-6' plants. Pkt (0.09 g).
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Purple TOMATILLO 1.5 g

Purple TOMATILLO 1.5 g

80 days. 1" x 1½" fruits ripen to dark purple. Sweeter than green varieties. 4-6' plants. Pkt (1.5 g).
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Tomate Verde TOMATILLO 0.09 g

Tomate Verde TOMATILLO 0.09 g

(P. ixocarpa): 95 days. Tall, 6 to 8' plants are best staked, caged, or pruned. Vines can be allowed to skim the ground if desired. Berries average 1-1/2" in diameter and are pale yellow green when ripe. Husks are easy to remove and fruits are excellent...
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