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I have a real dumb question. I gave my friend some white tomato seeds that I have gotten. (I never grew them) . How do you know when the tomato is ripe since it is a white tomato? Does it go green to white? Thanks!
Actually "white" tomatoes turn a very pale shade of yellow. Some are described as ivory or cream. They do change from green and soften. Much easier to visually note when ripe, then the green when ripe types.