The wild tomato (Solanum pimpinellifolium) is a different species than the standard tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), though the two species are cross-compatible, meaning they can cross-pollinate and produce viable offspring. Wild tomatoes produce many hands/bunches of tiny fruit on very large, sprawling plants that live up to their name.


A wild tomato that produces tiny, tasty, red currant tomatoes. Indeterminate and very productive. It can sprawl up to 3.5m. It is difficult to trellis but trellising makes harvesting easier.