This store requires javascript to be enabled for some features to work correctly.



Chiapas Wild

  • TM004
  • Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme.  One of our favorite tomatoes! The small fruits are sweet and very flavorful. Collected from maize fields in the Grijalva River valley near the Chiapas/Guatemala border. Fruit size is typically half an inch in diameter. The sprawling bushes are prolific throughout the summer. Self-seeding. From our seed bank collection.

    • Approx. 40 seeds (0.1 g).
    • Indeterminate habit.
    • Limit 3 packets.
  • $3.95

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Reilly Cox
Let them sprawl & you'll be a happy little clam

These indeterminent, bushy tomatoes are some that can handle our intense summers. They form so many blossoms & fruit by the time the weather starts cooling off. I would recommend not fighting their natural tendency to sprawl around- tying them up will likely stress the plants, so let them bush. Seeds were easy to germinate; will have a good start to next year.

Hope Porter
Chiapas wild tomatoes

Absolutely love these little tomatoes. Small but the flavor just explodes. Definitely will plant more next year. Already ordered more.