'Coyote' is a wild, sprawling, indeterminate tomato that hails from Veracruz, Mexico. The plant grows vigorously straight through to the frost so you'll need tall stakes to manage it. Your reward for tolerating its vigorous habit will be boatloads of the juiciest, tiny, translucent, pale yellow/white cherries.
This is a variety that I keep coming back to for the flavour. It's unusual: rich for a white tomato and so very addictive. I pop them in my mouth while out in the garden and am never able to stop at one. My dog Molly loves them too -- we share them while out in the garden on a late summer day.
Special Notes: Indeterminate vines. Tiny, white currant/small cherry variety. Open-pollinated. Mid- season. 60 days. No less than 25 seed per packet.
Seed Starting and Growing: Start seed indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Transplant outdoors after danger of frost has passed.
About You Grow Girl Seeds:
All of the seeds that I sell were lovingly homegrown and harvested by me, small scale, in my urban garden using organic methods only -- no chemicals or pesticides whatsoever. Tomato varieties are isolated to stay true using the flower bagging method and I test for germination quality. I take special care in choosing varieties that I find unusual, interesting and fabulous, and/or especially suitable for growing in small space gardens.