Two plants are necessary for pollination, one of each, or two of a kind.
An essential component in Hispanic cuisines, tomatillos are favored fresh in salsas and roasted in pureed sauces.
Pale green fruit ripens to a brilliant purple. Somewhat sweeter than green tomatillos, with a complex sweet-tart flavor.
Productive sprawling plants do better with support.
Two plants are needed for pollination; they can be two of the same or different varieties.
Verde Puebla Tomatillo
Once on ancient Aztec menus, this is the tomatillo of choice for salsa verde, green sauces & stews.
Light yellow-green fruit is larger than most tomatillos. Taste is similar to a tangy lemon, only sweeter.
Productive sprawling plants do better with support.Two plants are needed for pollination; they can be two of the same or different varieties.
PPlease read all sale guidelines:
1. ORDERING: All orders must be placed online at here by 5 PM on May 12. No additional purchases are possible at pick-up time. All sales are final. No refunds are available after an order has been placed.
2. PICK UP PROCEDURE: In compliance with COVID-19 guidelines to keep us all safe, plant pick up will be at assigned times only on Saturday, May 16, between 9 AM and 3 PM, in the Mullis Senior Community Center parking lot. You will be able to choose a pickup window between 9 AM and 3 PM.
3. PICKUP TIMES: After completing your order online, you will receive an email order confirmation and a link to choose your preference for a morning or afternoon pick up assignment. If you are available at any time between 9am-3pm for pick up, you do not need to fill out this form. On Thursday, May 14th, you’ll receive an email with instructions and your specific pick-up time.
4. UNCLAIMED ORDERS: If you’re not sure that you, or a friend or relative can pick up your order, please do not place an order. We regret that we cannot hold orders after 3 PM, May 16. If your order is not claimed, it will be donated to the Family Resource Center for distribution.
Thank you for your support and help in making this sale as safe as possible for you and our volunteer San Juan County Master Gardeners! Questions? Call 360-378-4414.
Spring Plant Sale Home
Broccoli & Cauliflower
Herbs & Flowers
Kale & Collards
Master Gardener Plant Collections
See my cart
Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs who contact the WSU San Juan County Extension office at 360-370-7663 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 PM, May 15, 2020.