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Texas Wild Cherry

  • TM012
  • Solanum lycopersicum.  All we really know is that seed of this tomato was collected from a patch of apparently "wild" tomatoes in southern Texas. Sprawling plants produce tons of small, tasty, cherry-type tomatoes. Early-maturing and very productive! One of the stars of our 2012 tomato trials in Patagonia, Arizona (4000'), they've also been super productive in our 2021 Tucson grow-out.  From our Seed Bank Collection.

    • Approx. 0.1g/40 seeds per packet.
    • Indeterminate.
    • Limit 3 packets.
  • $3.95

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Letitia Wetterauer
Very cool little tomato

I planted some in big pots outdoors in early spring, when the nights were dropping down in the 50's and they didn't come up and I gave up on them. But, a month later, when the nights warmed up, they popped up and are growing fast now. I was able to transplant the extras to the garden very easily.

Kristina Buss
Great tomatoes, difficult to start

I’ve only had two plants successfully grow from seeds I planted - but they volunteer seeded my whole garden, and the plants are large and prolific with amazingly sweet and juicy fruit.

Not ready to review.

Not ready to review yet. Plants are coming along though.

Joyce Allinger
Very unhappy.

Nothing grew from the seeds I purchased. Very disappointed 😔. Won’t buy these again.

Harold Hoover
Hard to start

Hi, I am struggling to keep them growing under my grow light in the garage. The other two tomatoes have already transitioned to the garden. The pepper s are next. These are slow. The light is a good one, the temperature is fine. I have restarted some today to see if there was another issue.