A different species, Lycopersicum Cheesmanii. Fruits are very small, ovoid, deep yellow to orange-red and stay on the vine several weeks after turning before getting soft ripe. Distinctive, rugose, finely serrated foliage; semi-determinate, bushy growth habit. First ripe fruits 46 from transplant, 148 from seed. Prized food of Galapagos Tortoises. Aka Cheesman’s.