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About Gobstopper

From Ireland. Bred by Madeline McKeever of Brown Envelope Seeds, Ireland. First introduced in 2008 SSE Yearbook by Andrew Still of Drain, Oregon. Tall indeterminate, regular leaf plants produce large clusters of round cherries with the most unusual color, greenish-yellow on the outside and yellowish-green inside. Very good flavor. Beautiful and exotic.

Culinary Use
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Flesh Color
Green / Yellow
Fruit Color
Green / Yellow
Fruit Shape
Fruit Size
Leaf Type
Plant Type
Solanum lycopersicum
Open Pollinated

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    Elisa Bucklin Subscriber

    If the world tomato society can't help I'm not sure anyone can. At a garden sale in Seattle today- when unloading there are 2 (tomato) plants unidentified. They are 1 Gobstopper and one Momotaro. One has reddish stems if the secondary branches. Which is which?

    • Dorota Basiura
      Dorota Basiura Editor
      Website Content Director

      Hi Elisa, unfortunately, it is not possible to define a variety based only on the description of the plant. However, some varieties have features that allow you to narrow your selection. From the information you provided, it can be concluded that the variety with purely green stems is 'Gobbstoper'. But you will only know for sure when the fruit appears.


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