Huang Se Chieh

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This tasty Chinese tomato suprised us when one of the plants ripened with gold-skin, all the rest were clear skin and a pretty pale, moon-yellow. Fruits are two to three inches and develop a rose blush when fully ripe. Huang Se Chieh, 'Gold' or 'Moon Yellow', are both fine fresh or cooked.
Source 
USDA/ARS-GRIN 08

Year: 2008

Location: East Meadow, New York


History

  • Originated from China.
  • PI 92853. Collected in February 1931 from Beijing, China. Locality: Peiping. Habitat: the Botanical Garden.
  • The USDA description says:
"Yellow foreign eggplant, the Chinese call tomatoes foreign eggplants. Obtained at the Botanical Garden, Peiping, Feb. 24, 1931."



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