Here is the Galapagos Island Tomato #2, Solanum cheesmanii. This is another variation of the Galapagos Island Tomato. Tho there are only 2 endemic species on the Galapagos Islands, There are several variations of each species. Some of the them are natural hybrids that crossed with solanum pimpinellifolium which are an invasive species in the archipelago. This variation seems to be from the original plants on the island. Some of the tomato plants there can be decades old with wooden trunks and still produce fruits even to this day! Open pollinated Indeterminate mid season regular leaf 65-85 days.
Here is the Galapagos Island Tomato #2, Solanum cheesmanii. This is another variation of the Galapagos Island Tomato. Tho there are only 2 endemic species on the Galapagos Islands, There are several variations of each species. Some of the them are natural hybrids that crossed with solanum pimpinellifolium which are an invasive species in the archipelago. This variation seems to be from the original plants on the island. Some of the tomato plants there can be decades old with wooden trunks and still produce fruits even to this day! Open pollinated Indeterminate mid season regular leaf 65-85 days.
Here is the Galapagos Island Tomato #2, Solanum cheesmanii. This is another variation of the Galapagos Island Tomato. Tho there are only 2 endemic species on the Galapagos Islands, There are several variations of each species. Some of the them are natural hybrids that crossed with solanum pimpinellifolium which are an invasive species in the archipelago. This variation seems to be from the original plants on the island. Some of the tomato plants there can be decades old with wooden trunks and still produce fruits even to this day! Open pollinated Indeterminate mid season regular leaf 65-85 days.
Here is the Galapagos Island Tomato #2, Solanum cheesmanii. This is another variation of the Galapagos Island Tomato. Tho there are only 2 endemic species on the Galapagos Islands, There are several variations of each species. Some of the them are natural hybrids that crossed with solanum pimpinellifolium which are an invasive species in the archipelago. This variation seems to be from the original plants on the island. Some of the tomato plants there can be decades old with wooden trunks and still produce fruits even to this day! Open pollinated Indeterminate mid season regular leaf 65-85 days.

Galapagos Island Tomato #2

Solanum cheesmanii

Here is the Galapagos Island Tomato #2, Solanum cheesmanii. This is another variation of the Galapagos Island Tomato. Tho there are only 2 endemic species on the Galapagos Islands, There are several variations of each species. Some of the them are natural hybrids that crossed with solanum pimpinellifolium which are an invasive species in the archipelago. This variation seems to be from the original plants on the island. Some of the tomato plants there can be decades old with wooden trunks and still produce fruits even to this day! Open pollinated Indeterminate mid season regular leaf 65-85 days.

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