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Tomatillo Verde Seeds - Organic
Verde is an early variety with tart flavor when young, becoming sweeter as it ripens. Harvest in 85 days. Tomatillo Verde produces large juicy fruits that weigh 3-4 oz. Determinate plants grow 24" tall. Grow two plants to ensure fruit set because two or more tomatillo plants are required for the plants to blossom.
Plant seeds 1/4" deep then thin to 24" apart. It is best to start seeds indoors.
Medium to large size fruits are ready to harvest when husks split and fruit color changes from a yellow green to medium green. Perfect for Salsa Verde or as a special addition to any Mexican dish.
Tomatillo seeds can be started indoors.
Tomatillos are an ingredient often present in Mexican dishes, and the fruit is grown similarly to a tomato.
Sow seeds 2-3 weeks before the last frost date and transplant when soil is warm.
Plant seeds 1/4" deep and 3" apart. Seeds should come up in 14-21 days.
Thin plants to 24" apart after germination.
Each packet contains 30 Organic Tomatillo Verde seeds. Physalis philadelphica. Annual. Open-pollinated, heirloom, non-GMO. Harvest in 85 days. $3.00
This packet plants a 30' row with 15 plants.
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Tomatillos differs from green tomatoes as they are usually juicier and not as firm. Though commonly used in sauces and salsa, tomatillos can be used in appetizers, desserts and jams as well. Tomatillos also are known as a husk tomato, due to the papery husk covering the fruit.
The Tomatillo is a staple in Mexican cuisine. Its green color and tart flavor are its most distinguishing features. A vibrant and zesty blend of tomatillos and chiles combined with a hint of cilantro give our Tomatillo Verde Sauce its complex flavor and medium heat.
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