Tomato 'Xanadu Green Goddess'

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2 €

PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

1. Original Name: Xanadu Green Goddess.

2. History: Famous American tomato breeder Blane Horton once had an accidental cross pollination caused by bees. It was reported in 2014 when Tricia Rosamilia from Pennsylvania received the seeds from him and grew these tomatoes. One of the parent plants is assumed to be the Surpriz variety, and the other one was an antho variety.

Tricia named this variety as Xanadu Green Goddess. Xanadu is a word of Mongol origin. Its prototype is Shangdu, the summer capital of Kublai Khan, the ruler of the Mongol Empire. According to a different version, this tomato was named after a goddess whose name was Xanadu.

3. Plant Specifications: Mid-season. Perfect for growing both outdoors and in a greenhouse. Tall bush, indeterminate, growing up to 5-6 feet (160-180 cm) tall. Thick stem, regular leaf. Regular truss, 5-7 fruits per truss.

4. Training Instructions: It is preferable to train  Pruning and staking are a must.

5. Shape and Weight: Flattened and round fruits, sometimes just round fruits. There are shallow ribs near the stem end. Weight: 3.5-7 oz. (100-200 g).

6. Color: Tri-color fruits resembling Blue Green Zebra but being larger in size. There are anthocyanin stripes going from the stem end on the green background. The non-stem part of the fruits is striped with light green streaks, which turn to mustard when fully ripe. The flesh is amber and green in a cut.

7. Flavor Profile: Beyond all praise! Very sweet, a fruit-like flavor, buttery and juicy flesh. If you happen to these fruits with your eyes closed, you may think you are eating a kiwi fruit with a tomato flavor.

8. Culinary Use: Ideal for salads. Tomatoes like these contain a lot of chlorophyll and anthocyanin, which are useful for your health. Great for very delicious juices and sauces to remind you of bright and fresh summer days when it is winter.

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