Non-GMO Tomatillos Purple de Milpa
Round purple fruits in a papery husk. Used to make salsa in Mexico or in your own kitchen, try it. Their great in salads or just eating them fresh you'll love their tangy taste. Harvest when the paper husk turns brown and opens. The more sun they get the more purple they will be.
The plants want good soil, lots of sun and heat, regular feeding, and careful staking. Your reward will be sweet fruit for many weeks, plus the rich, unmistakable Tomato scent that alone is enough to make your mouth water.
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