This heirloom variety is a small beefsteak that ripens to emerald green with a touch of yellow on its blossom end. What makes it really special is the unique fruity aroma that is released when you cut open the ripened fruit. Smooth with a flattened-round shape, these tomatoes have chartreuse-green interiors full of sweet, complex flavor with a hint of spice. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Round to slightly elongated striped green cherry tomatoes look like miniature Green Zebras with the same striping and green color ripening with a hint of amber. Their flavor, while excellent, is a little different, with more delicious sweetness in its profile than that of Green Zebra. This variety was discovered in a box of mixed cherry tomatoes that a gardener bought in Germany. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Pretty little green cherry fruit have fabulous flavor, making Green Doctors a favorite new green variety. Small tomatoes are about 3/4-inch and borne on long trusses. This variety originated as a green variation of the white Dr. Carolyn tomato growing in the garden of Amy Goldman. Compared to Green Grape, Green Doctors is smaller and sweeter with a nice balance of tartness mingled in. Indeterminate. 75 days.
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. This is one of the first green colored varieties with disease resistance, and it impressed judges in the All America Selections program. Green when ripe, tomatoes have yellow streaks and are 9 to 10 ounces with a wide, flat shape and a wonderful, sweet, citrus-like flavor. Crack resistant, but should be picked when they are still slightly firm. Indeterminate. 90 days.
Very short compact plants yield 3/4 to 1 inch fruit that is yellow-green when ripe and easy to harvest. Full of flavor, sweet and juicy, these cherry type tomatoes are a real taste treat. Prolific variety is sure to be a favorite in the garden. Determinate. 70 days.
Large green beefsteaks ripen to pale green with a tint of yellow and have a pink blush underneath that extends inside the flesh. The flavor is sweet, yet spicy and quite delicious. Fruit weighs from 12 to 16 ozs., and has the smoothest shape of any large green tomato. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Compact, mounded plants bear loads of beautiful 4-in. long sausage-shaped tomatoes that are yellow with green stripes. Their rich, sweet flavor and firm texture make them wonderful as a specialty paste tomato. Think of using them to make a great-looking tomato sauce or a vibrantly green salsa. Determinate. 75 days.
Diminutive plants bloom with bouquet-type sprays followed by loads of small lime green tomatoes that ripen further to amber. 3 to 5 oz. fruit is chartreuse inside and full of juice and good, tangy flavor that is somewhat spicy. This is a wonderful variety for growing in containers since plants stay small yet provide a big harvest. If planting in the garden, put these in front as an attractive border. Very tasty and novel variety. Determinate. 58 days.
This is a potato-leaved variety that takes the well-known sweet, spicy flavor of green varieties up to a new level. Tomatoes weigh from 12 to 18 ozs. and are ripe when they turn chartreuse green and soften slightly. They are smooth and beautiful with no cracking, but it is their taste that really sets them apart. It is a complex and delicious combination of sweet and spicy that is very rich, well-balanced and pleasing. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Yet another wonderful variation of Cherokee Purple, this one features green-fleshed fruit blushed with amber at the blossom end. Medium to large, 8 to 12 oz. tomatoes have a remarkable flavor that is complex and delicious in the way that Cherokee Purple and Cherokee Chocolate are. Combined with great productivity and a good measure of disease tolerance, Cherokee Green offers luscious tomatoes considered by many as the best tasting green-colored fruits. Indeterminate. 75 days.