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Maye Clement from Vera Cruz, Mexico brought Craig Lehoullier a branch of half a dozen of these tomatoes which he displayed at the PA Horticultural Society Harvest Show in 1990. Originally it was a wild Mexican tomato. Coyote is a sprawling wispy, regular leaf plant that produces jewel-like, ivory-colored, 1/2-inch cherry tomatoes that bear6 to 8 on a branch. Sweet and flavorful!