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Sandia Seed Company

Tomato - Mexico Midget Seeds

Regular price $ 2.49 USD
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This south-of-the-border favorite continues to always prove its value as a salad tomato.  These tiny red cherry-type fruits have a big heirloom flavor and are sure to surprise your taste buds. The plant gets overloaded with trusses of 1/2" fruit that weigh it down. Needs staking.

This heirloom tomato originally came from Barney Laman in the 1990’s, who claimed they were the world's smallest tomato. Original seeds were collected by his brother, who drove hay between Texas and Mexico. His brother saw it growing wild in Mexico and collected some fruit to give to him. Barney saved the tiny seeds from those tomatoes and grew new plants from them. He found them to be the same addictive luscious flavor he had found in the wild.

Open-pollinated heirloom (65-70 days) 

Plant Habit: Indeterminate. Plant Size: 4’.  Fruit Color: Red. Shape: Round. Size: 1/2”. 

10 seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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