We used to grow Green Zebra many years ago, but it took Rio’s nudging to put it back on our radar as it’s one of her favorites. Bred by PNW tomato guru Tom Wagner way back in 1983, green zebra was pretty radical when it was released and the 3-4oz fruits quickly became a staple of the specialty “heirloom tomato” market (in spite of its relatively recent introduction). Its combination of yellow/green skin with dark green stripes when ripe was totally unique back then, and its beauty has stood the test of time. Not just a visual novelty, it sports a bright tangy-sweet-fruity flavor and is the perfect size for a striking salad or salsa addition. The interior is practically a source of chartreuse light. Wait until the fruits blush yellow before picking. Indeterminate.
75 days. UO
Packet 30-35 seeds