Variety developed within the framework of the Dwarf Tomato Project. Cross between "Golden Dwarf Champion" and "Green Giant".
Recent variety, developed from 2006 to 2011, realized in the framework of the "Dwarf Tomato Project". One of the varieties resulting from the crossing of "Golden Dwarf Champion" and "Green Giant", (Sneezy (Atchoum) F1), made by Patrina Nuske Small in 2006. Selected in F2 by David Lockwood, in 2007. Presented to the public in 2011.
Green fruit and remaining at maturity, it does not develop an amber tint like most green varieties, it is therefore necessary to "feel" the fruit to know its stage of maturation. Great variation in size: from 200 to 600 grams.
Beef steak type fruit, flattened with a slight ribbing at the top but becoming variable in shape or even misshapen for the largest of them.
Fleshy, juicy and tender flesh sometimes pink or veiled with an orange blush. Fruity and sweet flavor.
Compact "tree" type plant, not exceeding 1.0 m, regular rugosa foliage.
NB: for a better production it is advised to lead this variety on several stems. Can be grown in large pots, but yield and fruit size will be lower.
Medium to big
Regular - Rugosa
Dwarf Tomato Project
+ or - 1.2m