Wild Tomatoes

Wild tomatoes are species of tomatoes that have not yet been influenced by means of breeding. These are very robust tomato plants that produce a huge variety of sweet, approximately cherry-sized yellow or red tomatoes.
Wild tomatoes are usually even smaller than cherry tomatoes, but taste similar and do not require rain protection, which means that they can actually be grown anywhere in the garden - but you should allow enough space, because wild tomatoes can grow very lush and sometimes carry literally thousands of fruits.

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