• With 9 years of selection this purple blushed tomatillo landrace produces impressive yields of incredibly flavored tomatillos. Vigorous plants resist disease and produce reliably for us every year. When it comes to making the best salsa verde this strain is hard to beat. What would our garden be like without this gem!
  • Queen of Malinalco

    Queen of Malinalco aka Malinalco Tomatillo has truly impressed us this season. When trialing new tomatillo varieties we are typically preparing for them to be a little sluggish compared to our diverse farm bred tomatillos.( If you haven't grown these I highly recommend our other varieties for market farm and home garden performance).  The seedlings of these came out screaming and kept right up with our go to landraces. Production was great and the pear shape and sweet flavor was both unique and delicious! Hailing from the Aztec Village of the same name, this variety is a gem and we are grateful for roughwood seeds for bringing this variety to our attention and to Malinalco people for breeding such an impressive tomatillo
  • A diverse grex of green tomatillo's of large to XL size. A staple of our garden making the most tasty salsa verde ever. Diversity in a theme is key to the vigor of these tomatillos. A few purple variations in the mix. A must have in the resilient garden. These tomatillo's thrive in our zone 3 garden. We start 3-4 weeks before needing to plant out.  Easy to grow as it can stay root bound in a pot for much longer than a tomato and still thrive. A heavy self seeder making it a great addition to a flower garden or food forest. Heavy producer and great for the beginner gardener.


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