Matt's Wild Cherry tomatoMATT'S WILD CHERRY
This is not a plant for the meek gardener as they can easily take over a very large area, due to the inherent nature of the species to produce many, many long rampant thin suckers from nearly every leaf crotch.

If you are willing to prune aggressively, you will be rewarded with high yields of small bright red cherries, 0.5" in diameter. Very good bold balanced flavor and good disease resistance, too. It is best to harvest the entire sprig of fruits as they will spoil quickly otherwise.
HISTORY: Originated from Mexico where it grows wild, L. esculentum var. cerasiforme.
Carolyn Male of Latham, New York. Carolyn obtained the seed from John Adams, Illinois.

GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
MATURITY: Mid season
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Currant
FRUIT SHAPE: Round
FRUIT SIZE: Very small
FRUIT COLOR: Red
USE:  Fresh, Salad, Drying
ORIGIN:ORIGIN: Species; OP from Mexico