Galapagos Island Tomato
Here is the Galapagos Island Tomato, Solanum cheesmanii. Their are 2 species endemic to the islands. This is the Major species. This is very closely related to Solanum galapagense but is NOT the same as Solanum cheesmanii var minor. A wild tomato found only on the Galapagos Islands. Bears small cherry-like fruits that ripen to orange. Unique for its frilly foliage, large calyx and small hairs. Very rare. This strain could have crossed with the common tomato in its genetics. Open pollinated indeterminate tomato 65 days. Click HERE for more info.
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