An epidermis mutation of Green Doctors that produced clear-skinned green cherry tomatoes – hence the name ‘frosted’. Discovered in 2009 independently by Jeff Casey of Airdrie, Alberta, Canada, by Neil Lockhart of Oblong, Illinois and Lee Goodwin of J & L Seeds. Indeterminate, regular leaf, bushy plants, produce low to moderate yields of small green, when ripe, ‘frosted’ round cherry tomatoes with clear skin. Delicious sweet flavor, especially at the peak of the season.
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