Green Zebra was developed by tomato breeder Tom Wagner of Everett, WA. He was intrigued by breeding a tomato that was green when ripe. This indeterminate vine is a medium producer of fresh, tangy tomatoes. The plant itself is relatively compact and did not get more than 3 feet tall. Disease resistance on this plant has mixed reviews. I found it was the second of my ten plants to get blight this year.
Whenever I can find Green Zebra, I buy it and plant it. The fruit is lovely with chartreuse green stripes. When they are ripe, they are soft to the touch, and develop yellow shoulders.
Newer varieties of Green Zebra blush red or pink when ripe. Be sure not to leave them on the vine too long after they are ripe or they may become mealy.
The fresh, tangy, and sometimes "zingy" really adds a unique flavor to salads.
We diced up the Green Zebra and added it to a fresh garden salad. These fruits are also excellent in fresh salsas.