Here is the Guajito Tomato, PI 438877, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Mexico and was first Collected on February 16, 1979 in a Public Market in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. The fruits are a very strange long pear shape with thin neck tomato type getting to about 2.75 inches long with a orange skin with light orange flesh inside. The strange thing about this variety is the the long neck on the tomato! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but average around 3 feet. A must grow for any tomato collector! Great for salads, paste and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf 55-80 days.
Here is the Guajito Tomato, PI 438877, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Mexico and was first Collected on February 16, 1979 in a Public Market in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. The fruits are a very strange long pear shape with thin neck tomato type getting to about 2.75 inches long with a orange skin with light orange flesh inside. The strange thing about this variety is the the long neck on the tomato! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but average around 3 feet. A must grow for any tomato collector! Great for salads, paste and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf 55-80 days.
Here is the Guajito Tomato, PI 438877, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Mexico and was first Collected on February 16, 1979 in a Public Market in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. The fruits are a very strange long pear shape with thin neck tomato type getting to about 2.75 inches long with a orange skin with light orange flesh inside. The strange thing about this variety is the the long neck on the tomato! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but average around 3 feet. A must grow for any tomato collector! Great for salads, paste and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf 55-80 days.
Here is the Guajito Tomato, PI 438877, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Mexico and was first Collected on February 16, 1979 in a Public Market in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. The fruits are a very strange long pear shape with thin neck tomato type getting to about 2.75 inches long with a orange skin with light orange flesh inside. The strange thing about this variety is the the long neck on the tomato! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but average around 3 feet. A must grow for any tomato collector! Great for salads, paste and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf 55-80 days.

Guajito Tomato

Solanum lycopersicum

Here is the Guajito Tomato, PI 438877, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Mexico and was first Collected on February 16, 1979 in a Public Market in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. The fruits are a very strange long pear shape with thin neck tomato type getting to about 2.75 inches long with a orange skin with light orange flesh inside. The strange thing about this variety is the the long neck on the tomato! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but average around 3 feet. A must grow for any tomato collector! Great for salads, paste and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf 55-80 days.

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