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‘Coeur de Jade’ was discovered in France by Sebastien Berthier, who found this green when ripe tomato when working with a line that was crossed, years later, with ‘Berkeley Tie-Dye’ to become ‘Surpriz’. Monsieur Berthier stabilized this green segregate and named it after his daughter, Jade, who loved it more than any other tomato. Thus we have the ‘heart’ of Jade in the name of a tomato that is not an oxheart. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces 10-14 oz. green fruit. It is deliciously sweet and balanced and a vigorous producer.