Santorini Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) 1gr Seeds
An abbot of the Capuchin monastery in Ano Syros (Cyclades) brought the first cherry tomatoes to Greece in 1818. The variety of tomato began to be regularly cultivated in 1875. By the 1900s, 20,000 acres of tomatoes were regularly being harvested in Santorini. Tomato production unfortunately since then has declined due to various environment, political, and tourism issues.