60 days, indeterminate
— This is an interesting variety that was sent to us several years back by author and tomato authority Craig LeHoullier
. The plants are very productive bearing fruits in clusters. The fruits are tiny, pea-sized, red in color, and have an intense, full flavor.
Craig wrote, "In 1990, I received from Barney Laman of California a small sample of Mexico Midget seeds. His brother was a truck driver and got them in Mexico - they grow wild there. A great snacker to grow in a pot (a big pot!).
In 2004, we had perfect growing conditions for tomatoes and we had our first ripe 'Mexico Midget' thirty-seven (yep 37!) days after transplanting! Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.