Checkout View Cart
Online Catalogue | Seeds | Tomato seeds
Italian vine tomato. Indeterminate. Small egg shaped fruits with few seeds. Ideal for salads or for using sliced with mozzarella, basil and olive oil and for drying for winter use. Fruits are typically 80-100g each in weight. Sow Feb- to mid Jun. Approximately 300 seeds.
Hybrid, lightly ribbed beef tomato. Very meaty and heavy, but not as mishapen as the Costoluto Fiorentino. Vigorous plant. Indeterminate. Fruits of up to 600g.
Hybrid Cherry tomato. Heavy cropper with small round tasty fruits. Determinate. Good for growing in containers and baskets too. Resistant to Verticillium, Fusarium and Alternaria. Fruits of 20-30g. Sow Feb to end May. Approximately 60 seeds.
A round, sweet, yellow hybrid salad tomato for eating. Adds a touch of colour to your salads. Indeterminate. Fruits of 140-160g. Sow Feb to end May. 60 seeds.
"Superb tasting and fleshy" - Joy Larkcom, The Guardian Weekend 15/03/03. 'Ox Heart' beef tomato, so called because of its size and shape. A lovely slicing tomato due to it's meaty flesh and few seeds. Unbeatable in salads or with slices of fresh Mozzarella and basil Genovese. Indeterminate. Fruits typically 150-180g each in weight, but can get much larger. Sow Feb-end May. Approximately 300 to 600 seeds.
Mid/early, semi plum tomato for eating fresh or for preserving/cooking. Bush variety producing fruits of approx 120g in size. Sow Feb to May.
Featured on BBC Gardeners World with Raimond Blanc on 20/04/07. Flat, scalloped, beefy tomato with thick flesh and sweet flavour. A favourite of many gardeners. Can be grown outside. Indeterminate. Fruits typically of 150-170g each in weight. Approximately 390 to 600 seeds.
Featured in BBC GW Magazine in Mar 2008 by Pippa Greenwood. French salad tomato. Round, good sized determinate (bush variety) renowned for it's super flavour. Sow Feb to May. Approximately 100 seeds.
Featured in BBC GW Magazine in March 2008 as Pippa Greenwoods favourite tomato. Classic bush plum variety with fruits 85-100g in weight. Resistant to rot Verticillium and Fusarium. Excellent production. Indicated for sauces. Sow Feb to May. Approximately 60 seeds.
Open pollinated variety producing many small fruits of 20-30g each - 'pomodorini'. Oblong 'plum' style cherry. Bushed growth is ideal for containers and balconies too. Sow Feb to May.
© 2018 Growing Life Contact Us | Terms & Conds