These Matt's Wild Cherry Tomatoes Grow Wild!

by Haltiwanger
(South Carolina)

They are very tasty. Everyone I give them to wants more, and seeds. They may not do well when pampered, they seem to prefer neglect. I planted them a couple of years ago here in SC, now I just let them come up. They love to climb on a bush like an azalea or camellia. Without help they have spread around my yard. I gave a seedling to a friend earlier this year and it is growing on his fence at least 12 feet wide and out onto his lawn. I transplanted some border grass to our house in NC and now we have tomatoes growing on our rhododendron! As with many wild plants not all of them flourish. Just pull up any weak ones or let them die. One vigorous plant can easily produce a quart of tomatoes per week.

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