Organic Tomato Green Zebra

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  • Striking green stripes and green inside, even when fully ripe
  • Tart, tangy flavor with a well-balanced sweetness
  • 50 seeds per pack
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Organic Tomato Green Zebra
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The Green Zebra tomato is a unique and flavorful bi-color variety that starts out with light green skin with dark green stripes, transforming into yellow with green stripes as the fruit ripens. Unlike most tomatoes, the Green Zebra's flesh remains a vibrant green even when fully ripe.

Green Zebra tomatoes (weight 100-120 grams per tomato when mature) offer a refreshingly tart flavor with a well-balanced sweetness, perfect for salads or adding a tangy twist to dishes. support due to their sprawling vines.

Remember to regularly remove suckers (shoots that grow between the main stem and branches) in order to help the plant focus its energy on producing delicious fruit. An open-pollinated variety, so you can save the seeds for future plantings!

All our bio tomato seeds are Non-GMO and EU Certified Organic. Buy your Organic Tomato Seeds with Fontana Seeds for delivery anywhere in Europe.

Growing Organic Green Zebra Tomatoes from Seeds

To grow in heated greenhouses sow January onwards, in a temperature of 16-18°C. Transplant into small pots. Plant out in large pots, growing bags, or into a soil border at 45cm spacing. Pinch out side shoots regularly and when in flower tap or shake plants daily to aid setting. For growing in unheated greenhouses, sow in warmth, from March onwards. Plant late April-early May. Harvest mid August-mid October.

Sow in trays or pots indoors March-April and harden off the plants before planting 45cm apart in early June. Choose a warm, sheltered position. Harvest mid August-mid October. Standard varieties: Support with stakes or canes. Pinch out the main growth when four good trusses have set. Bush varieties: These cease growing when 30-38cm high. Dot not remove side shoots. Support is not essential, but short stakes will help control the plants and keep fruit clean.

Days to Harvest after Planting Outdoors:
Early Season Tomato: 60 to 65 days
Mid-Season Tomato: 70 to 75 days
Late Season Tomato: 85 to 90 days


Botanical Name:
Solanum lycopersicum 'Green Zebra'
Common Name:
Days to germinate:
3-10 days
Days to maturity:
Approx 75 days
Ideal For:
Ideal for growing outdoors, greenhouse and planters
Approx 50cm
Full Sun




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