It's been growing like crazy and is a beautiful plant with tons of lovely little yellow flowers. However, there is no fruit at all. The bees love this plant and there are hundreds all over it, so I don't think pollination is a problem.
It occurred to me that this might be a plant that reproduces sexually:cool:, AHEM! meaning, that you need both male and female plants to yield fruit. Clearly, if this is the case, I have a female with lots of flowers, but no male nearby with the needed pollen buds.
Should I leave my little nun of a tomatillo just to grow in her beauty or am I missing something?
I love those little husk tomatoes and was looking forward to some nice fresh salsa verde.:look:
Maybe you will chime in here KYheirloomer?:rolleyes: