Kamatis Na Ligaw


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Feral or wild tomatoes from the Philipenes, it is not certain their origin, but today they grow throughout the tropics there without human intervention. If they were not taken there by tourtises and birds then they were taken by spanish colonizers centuries ago. They have a wild vigor that compares to Ciudad Victoria and Matt’s Wild Cherry. The deep red berries are irresistible with a strong, complete tomato flavor. They should be given room and not pruned as they produce many suckers for production of cherries. Good in salads. Kamatis means tomato in the Tagalog language, and Na ligaw means wild.