Latin Name: Tamarillo, Perennial Tree Tomato, Solanum betaceum
Water Equipments: Medium, Dry locations will need irrigation.
Light Requirements: The tamarillo prefers subtropical climate, with rainfall between 600 and 4000 millimeters and annual temperatures between 15 and 20 °C
Harvesting: Stems The fruit is eaten by scooping the flesh from a halved fruit. When lightly sugared and cooled, the flesh is used for a breakfast dish. Yellow-fruited cultivars have a sweeter flavor, occasionally compared to mango or apricot.
Plant Habits: Propagation is possible by both using seeds or cuttings
Where to get it: Talk with your local permaculture guild or check out college or university yearly plant sales.