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‘Shamrock’ is a dwarf-type tomato, stabilized by Blane Horton of Jackson, Mississippi, USA from an original cross made by John Beidler of Connecticut, the USA between ‘Red House Free Standing’ and ‘Cherokee Green’. Medium size (4-7oz./100-200g), round and oblate, green when ripe tomatoes with creamy green flesh and yellow epidermis (amber-colored blush when fully ripe) borne on dwarf, indeterminate (1,3 meter tall) plants with high yield. Regular and rugose leaf foliage. Excellent, rich, perfectly balanced sweet and tart tomato flavors. Midseason, about 80 days after transplant.
‘Shamrock’ is a sister line to the ‘Jackass Green’ tomato, which is also green when ripe – the difference is the potato and rugose leaf foliage.