L. glandalosum (S. corneliomulleri)

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Also known as L. peruvianum. this is a closely related species to the modern tomato and a rampant and lush vine bearing green-striped sprays of fruit at about 80 days. The fruit, produced in abundance, is edible, but quite bitter. I use it in breeding, but would grow it anyway because I like the scent (like cilantro), the foliage and the connection to a wild place. My original seed was sent to me from Ecuador and is quite rare outside a handful of research facilities.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 10 November, 2011.

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