Heirloom Tomatillo Seeds

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Tomatillos are native to Central America and Mexico, where they were cultivated in the pre-Columbian era. Their citrusy, sweet-tart fruit is indispensable in a variety of Latin dishes, most notably for authentic salsa verde.


De Milpa Tomatillo skins are royal purple, husks are green.

De Milpa Tomatillo 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$3.96

De Milpa Tomatillo skins are royal purple, husks are green. Extended storage ability after harvest. Very decorative. Purple tomatillos take a long time to become fully purple. TIP: Keep harvested fruits in the light to intensify the purple skin pigment.  Harvest in about 57 days.


Pineapple Tomatillo

Pineapple Tomatillo 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$3.96--Out

Thriving in full sun, this fun twist on the traditional Tomatillo offers a sweet, pineapple flavor to chutneys, salsas, jams and sauces. Cherry-sized fruit, look for it to change from green to gold to mark maturity. Heavy self-seeder, you will happily see tomatillo volunteers crop up in future gardens.  Harvest in about 75 days.


Finally Toma Verde Tomatillo that not only has nice large fruits (up to 2

Toma Verde Tomatillo 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$3.96

Finally Toma Verde Tomatillo that not only has nice large fruits (up to 2" diameter), but can handle a southern summer and pests and still produce prolifically! Plants thrive even in heavy clay soil and drought.  Harvest in about 80 days.


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