Tomatillos are small green husk tomatoes. These sticky fruits are peeled and then roasted or blended into green salsa or cooked with chiles into a pungent sauce. This plant grows as a small bush and needs quite a bit of room to grow. Growers are now encouraged to plant at least two, to aid pollination.
Plants are $4.00 each.
= New in 2013!
PURPLE DI MILPA TOMATILLO
This plant features purple stripes on both the husks and the fruits. Makes a striking salsa.
These solid purple fruits will knock your socks off!
Small green tomatillo from the mountains of Mexico.
This plant produces a much larger green fruit.
This variety comes from the Zuni Indians of northern New Mexico. The fruits are tiny and more flavorful than the large tomatillos.
© 2013 The Chile Woman | 1704 S. Weimer Road |
Bloomington IN, 47403-2869
Website designed by David Martin Design