- Striking red and green striped salad tomatoes
- Can crop for 4 months from June to September!
- Perfect for livening up summer salads
- Fresh, sweet, tangy tomato flavour
- Cordon Variety–Grows to 2m, support and prune for maximum yield As Cordon varieties grow so tall they will need to be supported to grow up vertically. You can use a stake or train up a structure as long as it is tall enough for the plant. Prune away the 'suckers', or stems that grow in between the 'armpit' of the main stem and the side leaf stems. The idea is to train one strong main stem up from which all the fruit will grow.MORE
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Good Pest and Disease Resistance
Can be affected by Tomato Blight, Whitefly and Aphids. Check the leaves regularly for discolouring or potential infestations.MORE
Full sun in a sheltered positionMORE
Full sun in a sheltered position
Tomato plants require 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day. Position in a sheltered space, protected against chilling winds for best growth.MORE
Fertile, well-draining soil
Tomato plants are particularly hungry and thirsty plants. A good soil mix to use is three parts quality compost and one part topsoil to provide the nutrients and right texture needed.MORE
Once the flowers emerge feed every week with a high potash feed such as organic liquid tomato feed.MORE
Remove the 'Suckers', the shoots that grow in the corner or 'armpit' of the main stem and the side leaf stems. The idea is to train the one main stem up vertically from which all the fruit will grow.MORE