Matt’s Wild Cherry
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Small as a currant tomato, these Solanum Lycopersicum are descendants from a wild sample collected in Hidalgo Mexico by Teresa Arellanos de Mena. Unilaterally the best tasting tomato that has passed these lips, ever, hands down. There is notable late blight resistance that is useful in breeding, and this variety has no problem growing in dry clay soils. I literally plant them in the spring and walk away, and they don’t seem to notice that I am not there. The smallest fruit is about 3/4 cm, with the largest over a cm. There is slight variation in foliage pigment and fruit pigment also. No insect damage or splitting of fruit at all.