White wonder tomatoes not white

slackerAugust 28, 2009

My white wonders ( first year growing) aren't white....they are green. is it just to soon to see them white , meaning aren't ripe, or are they really just a pale green and called white?

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gardengal48

I'd assume they are not yet fully ripe :-) And they are not what I'd describe as 'white' even then........more of a creamy, ivory color with a hint of green. I think they look incredibly anemic but they are tasty.

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