Barney Layman’s brother transported hay between Texas and Mexico and found this variety growing wild on the side of the road. This Indeterminate will prolifically produce handfuls of 1/2-3/4″ tiny little flavour packed tomatoes half the size of your typical cherry variety. The plant itself will grow to unbelievable lengths,continually producing more and more fruits. Typically these don’t make it to the table, as everyone agrees they are some of the tastiest there are.
Sow seeds 1/4″ deep, indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost. Transplant or sow directly outside 36″ apart, in full sun, when all chance off frost has past. Support with tall stakes or tall trellis, as cages are typically too short for this variety. Benefits from a fish emulsion,compost or manure.