Recently, an image of white tomatoes has been circulating on Facebook. Of course, that picture has been digitally altered and isn't real. As usual, it led me on a search to find out if white tomatoes actually exist.
I am excited to say: White Tomatoes are real. Of course, they aren't pure white like some of the pictures you may have seen. White tomatoes often have a tinge of yellow and may even develop a slight pink or red on the shoulders, but for the most part, they are white.
I'm thinking of ordering the white cherry tomato seeds to add to my cherry tomato collection this year. Seeming I already have chocolate (more purple than brown), red, yellow and orange cherry tomatoes, I can't see any reason to stop now.
Visit Growing White Tomatoes in the Garden for information on planting and growing them.
Until Next Time . . . HAPPY GARDENING!
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