Cyphomandra abutiloides

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Dwarf Tamarillo  Pkt җ

Cyphomandra abutiloides is a rare member of the solanum family. This is a tamarillo species grown in South America as a food plant, but the taste is not to my liking. It produces clusters of orange 1/2” berries amongst large, heart shaped downy leaves. Not totally hardy, but makes an excellent summer bedding plant reaching at least 6ft from seed in one season.