Mexican Honey Tomato




A Mexican Heirloom that starting appearing North of the Border circa 1994. It was originally introduced as 'Miel du Mexique ' but marketing eventually lead the name to be 'Mexican Honey'.

The honey moniker suits it well as it is a very sweet cherry variety, some claim it is the Worlds Sweetest Tomato. In addition to its taste appeal it produces abundantly under the proper conditions.


            
Mexican Honey Tomato. Worlds Sweetest Tomato

Being a Mexican Native it is accustomed to warm sunny weather and does best south of zone 3.

Start seeds indoors 6 - 8 weeks before planting outdoors.

Maturity at 70 - 75 days from transplant.

Germination 6 - 10 days.

Average Plant Height - 6-8 ft

Spread 18 - 24 "

Average Fruit Weight - 2 - 3 oz.

Open-pollinated

Hardiness zones 3 - 14

Indeterminate bears all season long

Yield - Above Average

                            


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