Here is the Green Zebra Tomato Solanum lycopersicum One of the most unusual tomatoes in the tomato markets today. The green zebra starts out green with darker green stripes, softening and blushing yellow and dark green stripes when it ripens. It might have remained a bit of a curiosity but its delicious sweet rich flavor makes it a top choice. Small to medium 4 to 5 oz fruits are emerald green inside. Perfect exteriors hold up under adverse conditions and do not crack. Now commonly found in upscale markets. It was developed by Tom Wagner of Tater Mater Seeds in 1985 from four heirlooms. Kent Whealy ranks it in his top ten tomatoes. Indeterminate, regular-leaf Open pollinated 80 days.
Here is the Green Zebra Tomato Solanum lycopersicum One of the most unusual tomatoes in the tomato markets today. The green zebra starts out green with darker green stripes, softening and blushing yellow and dark green stripes when it ripens. It might have remained a bit of a curiosity but its delicious sweet rich flavor makes it a top choice. Small to medium 4 to 5 oz fruits are emerald green inside. Perfect exteriors hold up under adverse conditions and do not crack. Now commonly found in upscale markets. It was developed by Tom Wagner of Tater Mater Seeds in 1985 from four heirlooms. Kent Whealy ranks it in his top ten tomatoes. Indeterminate, regular-leaf Open pollinated 80 days.
Here is the Green Zebra Tomato Solanum lycopersicum One of the most unusual tomatoes in the tomato markets today. The green zebra starts out green with darker green stripes, softening and blushing yellow and dark green stripes when it ripens. It might have remained a bit of a curiosity but its delicious sweet rich flavor makes it a top choice. Small to medium 4 to 5 oz fruits are emerald green inside. Perfect exteriors hold up under adverse conditions and do not crack. Now commonly found in upscale markets. It was developed by Tom Wagner of Tater Mater Seeds in 1985 from four heirlooms. Kent Whealy ranks it in his top ten tomatoes. Indeterminate, regular-leaf Open pollinated 80 days.

Green Zebra Tomato

Solanum lycopersicum

Here is the Green Zebra Tomato Solanum lycopersicum One of the most unusual tomatoes in the tomato markets today. The green zebra starts out green with darker green stripes, softening and blushing yellow and dark green stripes when it ripens. It might have remained a bit of a curiosity but its delicious sweet rich flavor makes it a top choice. Small to medium 4 to 5 oz fruits are emerald green inside. Perfect exteriors hold up under adverse conditions and do not crack. Now commonly found in upscale markets. It was developed by Tom Wagner of Tater Mater Seeds in 1985 from four heirlooms. Kent Whealy ranks it in his top ten tomatoes. Indeterminate, regular-leaf Open pollinated 80 days.

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