Purple De Milpa tomatillo

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Posted by Radishrain Radishrain

Purple De Milpa tomatillo

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I grew these once (in 2015), in a raised bed with partial shade. The plants grew nicely and flowered heavily, but it didn't set fruit until way late in the season when it was too late to develop and ripen. I got the impression that it needed a pollinator 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.

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