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Coming right out of Chesterfield, Patio Plum is a a very dwarf tomato hybrid, making this variety an ideal choice of tomato cultivar for a window box or a container. Patio Plum tomato plants remain short in stature, producing small, red plum tomatoes, which are the size of a small cherry tomato.
‘Patio Plum’ tomatoes can be grown outdoors or in a glasshouse. This diminutive tomato variety takes up very little room and needs no support and can be grown outdoors or in a glasshouse, Patio Plum is a determinate or bush tomato hybrid.
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Sowing; Sow from late winter to early spring, approx 8 weeks before last frosts in your area sow at 20C just covering seed. Transplanting - heated greenhouse planting up in mid February, cool greenhouse plant up mid spring, outdoors early June after all risk of frost has passed.
Transplant at 2 pairs of leaves to 7cm pots. Grow on and transplant into greenhouse border/pots or growbags. Sow seed for outdoor tomato in March-April transplant to 7cm pots and grow on, planting out after last frost. Feed after first truss has set and pinch out side shoots on indeterminate plants (cordon). Grow in greenhouse, plastic tunnel or outdoors in warm areas.