Small (1/2 oz.), ivory-yellow fruit is produced in sprays - thousands per plant! Vigorous, rampantly sprawling vines with many delicate leaves are early, and keep producing until hard frost. Exceedinly sweet flavor! I often tell people that they are like eating Pez candy.
If you have a dog that loves tomatoes, due yourself a favor and put one of these in your garden (or even better - away from your garden) and train them that this is 'their' tomato. I have two in the garden for just my Pug!
HISTORY: This variety was given to heirloom tomato collector Craig LeHoullier by Maye Clement during a Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Harvest Fair show, as a cluster of fruit on the vine. She indicated that it grew wild in her home country of Mexico. Craig believes it may actually be L. pimpinellifolium. However, Ms. Clement stated that it is called 'Coyote' in her hometown.
GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Currant / Cherry
FRUIT SHAPE: Round
FRUIT SIZE: Small
FRUIT COLOR: Yellow
ORIGIN: Heirloom (Landrace) - Mexico