L. pimpinellifolium var. ribesoides:
The fruits of this variety are larger than previous (the coin on the photo is size about 2,5 cm = 1 inch)
Lycopersicon cheesmaniae (syn. L. cheesmanii) – Galapagos Wild Tomato –this is similar to previous wild species native to Galapagos Islands. It have yellow or orange, small -0,6-1,4 (2,5)cm = 0,3-0,6 inch (sometimes to 1 inch) diameter - fruits with taste similar to common tomato. Species resistant to salinity. There is very difficult to get/buy seeds of true species (in the most cases there are sold hybrids with L. esculentum with larger fruits and seeds). True forms have very little seeds. I grewthe true species (but unsuccessful, I have not harvested the fruits) and 1 hybrid form with larger, pear-shaped fruits and larger seeds (successful).
The true species:
The hybrid form with larger, pear-shaped fruits and larger seeds:
|The coin on the photo is size about 2,5 cm = 1 inch|