US origin. Fruit of 60 to 150 grams, plum type stretched over the height with a tendency to elongate ovoid.
A recent variety, believed to be an accidental cross between "Evergreen" and "Amish paste", developed by John Tucholski, Michigan, USA.
Fruit weighs 60 to 150 grams, 5 cm in diameter and 7 to 9 cm long, plum-like, elongated ovoid, looks like a bomb.
Green When Ripe tomato with yellow skin that turns slightly amber when fully ripe, more visible on the lower part of the fruit.
Flesh is paste-like, firm and thick with an original flavour different from other "greens".
Large plant, regular wispy foliage, indeterminate growth.
Average mid-season production.
Small to medium
+ or - 1.8m