Here is the Wild Hairy Tomato, Lycopersicon hirsutum f. glabratum, or Solanum habrochaites is new for 2019. This wild tomato from Ecuador is a very rare tomato type to come across! This Indeterminate, fuzzy leaf, perennial tomato plant produces 1/2" sized, green-white, slightly variegated tomatoes that have a fuzzy skin and is a heavy producing variety. We found this variety to be resistant to powdery mildew, early blight, bacterial speck and many other diseases. The fruits are edible but may contain some alkaloids when unripe. This species tends to handle colder climates and grows well in higher latitudes. NOT a beginners tomato, seeds need lots attention when starting, open pollinated 75 days.
Wild Hairy Tomato