Tiny of Coban Tomatillos are a rare find, originally from Coban, Guatemala. Producing small green fruit with varying degrees of purple when ripe, these tomatillos have an unusual savory flavour.
Tomatillo plants are highly self-incompatible, and two or more plants are needed for proper pollination. Isolated tomatillo plants rarely set fruit. Ripe tomatillos keep refrigerated for about two weeks. They keep even longer with the husks removed and the fruit refrigerated in sealed plastic bags.
Plants grow to 2m and have many branches laden with heavy fruit. Consider 'corralling' plants together so support is given to all.