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With large tomatoes each weighing up to 250g each, this impressive variety has an outstanding flavour – a tasty balance between sweet and tangy and absolutely perfect size for a burger bun!
Packet size is approximately 25 seeds.
Pretty Wild Seeds are registered with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) under number 7529, so you can have confidence in both our products and advice.
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Sow January to April, underglass 0.5cm(1/4 in) deep in pots or trays of good seed sowing compost and lightly cover with a sprinkling of vermiculite or compost. Place containers in a propagator at a temperature of 18–21°C .
Once large enough to handle, prock out seedlings into 9cm (3 1/2in) pots. Transplant to the greenhouse border soil, or individual large pots, or 3 plants per growbag when 20cm (8in) high. Can also be planted outdoors once all risk of frost has past. Plants require sideshooting and support for the best yields. Water and feed plants regularly with a high potash feed once the first truss has set. As fruits are very heavy we suggest only allowing 3 to 4 trusses per plant.