Mexico Midget

Another “wild” tomato with a burst of sweet, intense flavor. Fruit are small, red and extremely prolific. Plants grow very tall and lanky. Produces well up to frost and has disease resistance. Excellent in salads.


From Tatiana’s TOMATObase:

Craig LeHoullier of Raleigh, North Carolina, was sent this variety from Barney Laman, California, via a National Gardening Association seed swap in 1990. Barney claimed that he was given Mexico Midget by his brother, who was a truck driver, who obtained it while driving in Mexico, claiming it grew wild there.

Color: Red
Shape: Cherry
Maturity: 60-70 Days
Plant Type: Indeterminate
Leaf Type: Regular
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