Wild tomato or Currant tomato

These are pretty close to the original tomato! Dainty, with boundless energy to grow, the best of their kind also boast the following qualities:

Robustness (as long as there is plenty of airflow and sun)
Low fertilizer and water needs
Generous amounts of fruit
Great for children
Can be grown creatively as an ornamental feature, for e.g. in buckets on the balcony

Not suitable for trellising!

Growing Info:
Wild tomatoes need plenty of space to spread. They are at their best beside a fence, wall, or along a path. Arrange bamboo stakes as supports in the home garden, or use the Göttinger System (see picture) for the market garden.

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  • Red Marble

    • Fruit color:
      • Red
    • Fruit weight:
      • 2 g
    • Admission:
      • Nicht geregelt
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium

    Blushing pinky-red, soft, and sweet, these tiny fruit are calling out to be snacked on.

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  • Golden Currant

    • Fruit color:
      • Yellow
    • Admission:
      • Nicht geregelt
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium
    • Fruit weight:
      • 6 g

    Sweet, cherry-sized fruit are a joy for big and small!

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