Indian Stripe

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Indian Stripe
Maturity midseason
Growth habit indet.
Leaf type regular
Fruit color black
Fruit shape oblate
Fruit size medium
Fruit type slicer
Variety type open-pollinated
Country USA

B.C KO T

80 days, indet., regular leaf, high yield of dusky dark pink/purple fruits, slight green shoulders which are 100% edible, 6-10 oz, irregular fruit shape, most of the fruits are flattened beefsteak shapes, but a few smaller fruits resembled a flattened blunt heart, when the fruit set happened in cooler weather. Outstanding flavor.

Seed source:

1. Mireille Blais, Quebec, Canada 07
2. Annie Neoh, California 07

Year grown: 2007

Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)


IL LO N

80 days, indet., regular leaf plant wih a high yield of 6-12 oz pink-purple fruit with green shoulders, very good flavor.

Seed source:

Carolyn Male of Salem, New York (NY MA C) 04

Year grown:

Location: Oblong, Illinois


TN MA T

Absolutely one of the best for flavor and production. Maroon-purple skins with deep green shoulders that form stripes halfway down toward the blossom end. Most fruits are in the 8-12 oz range. Indet, regular leaf, beefsteak shape, 80 days.

Seed source:

Zana Alexanian 08

Year grown: 2009, 2010, 2011

Location: LaFollette, Tennessee, USA


GERM SC K

striped beefsteak tomato, orange and a brownish red, indet.

Seed source:

M. Hahm-Hartmann

Year grown: 2009

Location: Quitzdorf am See, Germany


History

  • Considered to be a strain of Cherokee Purple. The fruits of Indian stripe are slightly smaller, lighter in color, and have more fruits per truss. The original seed came to Carolyn Male of NY from Donna Nelson, Texas, who found this variety growing in the garden of Clyde Burson, a neighbor of her relatives in south central AR. Mr. Burson has been growing this tomato for as long as he can remember.
  • In the area this variety was known as Indian Stripe or Indian Zebra. Carolyn Male chose 'Indian Stripe' for the name.



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CountryUSA +
Description80 days, indet., regular leaf, high yield 80 days, indet., regular leaf, high yield of dusky dark pink/purple fruits, slight green shoulders which are 100% edible, 6-10 oz, irregular fruit shape, most of the fruits are flattened beefsteak shapes, but a few smaller fruits resembled a flattened blunt heart, when the fruit set happened in cooler weather. Outstanding flavor. ned in cooler weather. Outstanding flavor.
Fruit colorblack +
Fruit shapeoblate +
Fruit sizemedium +
Fruit typeslicer +
Growth habitindet. +
History* Considered to be a strain of [[Cherokee * Considered to be a strain of Cherokee Purple. The fruits of Indian stripe are slightly smaller, lighter in color, and have more fruits per truss. The original seed came to Carolyn Male of NY from Donna Nelson, Texas, who found this variety growing in the garden of Clyde Burson, a neighbor of her relatives in south central AR. Mr. Burson has been growing this tomato for as long as he can remember.
  • In the area this variety was known as Indian Stripe or Indian Zebra. Carolyn Male chose 'Indian Stripe' for the name. n Male chose 'Indian Stripe' for the name.
Leafregular +
Maturitymidseason +
Member codeB.C KO T +, IL LO N +, TN MA T + and GERM SC K +
Seed source1. Mireille Blais, Quebec, Canada 07
2. Annie Neoh, California 07
Variety typeopen-pollinated +
VendorGleckler Seedmen +, Tomato Growers Supply +, TomatoFest +, Sand Hill Preservation Center +, Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds +, Heritage Tomato Seed +, J&L Gardens Seed +, Double Helix Farms +, Heritage Harvest Seed +, Knapp's Fresh Vegies + and The Sample Seed Shop +
Year grown2007 +
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