Tomato varieties

Orders can be placed in advance, plants available from mid-April.


Ailsa Craig

Cordon, heavy cropping tomato, for salads. Old variety. Indeterminate.



Cordon, good cropping salad tomato. Established variety. Indeterminate.


Black Russian

Large dark fruits with a rich flavour, cold resistant, indeterminate growth.


Bloody Butcher

Heritage variety with medium/large fruits with a deep red flesh and good flavour. Early and cold resistant, vigorous.


Cherry Baby 

Very productive cherry tomato, with bright red sweet fruit. Indeterminate.


Crimson Crush

Large, flavourful tomato with good blight resistance. Early to fruit indoors. Indeterminate.


Gardener’s Delight

Cordon, sweet cherry tomatoes, reliable variety. Indeterminate.


Indigo Apple 

Large, sweet, purple-hued tomatoes, produced early, best grown in greenhouse with full sun. Indeterminate.



Salad variety, heavy crops and reliable. Indoor or outdoor. Indeterminate.


Red Alert

Bush, early variety producing abundant small tomatoes. Determinate.



Tumbling, cherry plum tomato, very productive, good for pots or hanging basket. Determinate.



Cordon, with very sweet small golden yellow/orange tomatoes. Indeterminate.


Sweet Million

Bush, easy and vigorous producer of sweet, bright red, cherry tomatoes. 


Tropical Ruby

Bush or cordon, good yields of small sweet plum tomatoes. 


Tumbling Tom

Vigorous with tasty cherry sized fruit in abundance. Suitable for hanging basket. Determinate.


Ukrainian Purple

Early fruiting, dark purple, medium sized plum tomato. Good flavour and very cold resistant. Indeterminate.




Indeterminate plants need support and side shoots removed to encourage fruits to ripen and to prevent the plant becoming over ambitious. Determinates are bushy, require less support, and do not need shoots removed.















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