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Don't confuse this tomatillo with Dr. Wyche's Yellow tomato.
... of another variety or something. It was a very hot year (the hottest on record, in fact), and that may have influenced the fruit set. I'm not sure if my seed was true; I didn't get it from a reputable vendor. I might try it again, some year, in better soil and sun conditions.
I've grown this before (in 2016). It's one of my favorites, although it's not early. It got large green fruits with a very good lime-like taste, and it seemed that it had potential to be prolific.
... these once (purchased from Reimer Seeds, who doesn't sell it at the time of my typing this), along with a bunch of other tomatillo varieties, but all the tomatillos struggled that year; so, I don't have much to report. I want to try it again, except in a container, mulched, or with black plastic, next time.
It's a polish heirloom with early maturity and heat-tolerance. The fruits can get a decent size. Perhaps not the most drought-tolerant in the heat, however.
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... of pepper-shaped). It's said to be like a sweet paste tomato. The fruits grow up to four inches long, and are supposed to be pretty prolific.