Now this is a special unusual treat. Tiny little ivory colored fruit, almost transluscent, that when ripe have golden shoulders that are full of unique flavor. Sweet yet earthy and fruity, they burst with flavor in your mouth. It has won many Tasting awards. Skins are very tender so will crack but they produce incredible amounts of trusses of 6-8 fruit. Nice and early but will produce all summer long on very vigorous vines that will definitely need room and staking. May actually be a wild tomato species, L. pimpinellifolium, or a cross with it.


From Tatiana’s TOMATObase: A cluster of ripe "Coyote" tomatoes, still on the vine, was given to Craig LeHoullier by Maye Clement from Vera Cruz, Mexico, in 1990 during her visit to his display at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Harvest Festival. She related that it was a tomato that grew wild in Mexico.

Color: White, Yellow
Shape: Cherry
Maturity: 55-70 Days
Plant Type: Indeterminate
Leaf Type: Regular
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