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Hatho is the Onodowaga:gaweno word for Jack Frost, and with cold temperature fruit set, you will still be harvesting when your teeth start to chatter. Hatho has the unique and striking effect of anthocyanin potato-leaf foliage, which sets it apart from other tomato plants in terms of appearance. With decent disease tolerance as well as hardiness in a variety of environments, there are few places where Hatho would not thrive. The short semi-determinate plants yield sweet and sour saladettes consistently throughout the season, which serve best in salads and sandwiches. Like red tomatoes, The skin is yellow giving a warm amber color to the outside but when cut open they reveal a cool lime green. about 6 seeds per packet.