A beautiful and elegant tomato specifically bred for culinary purposes and cramped space, this plant grows a small, luscious bush that can yield around 100 tomatoes for harvesting in optimal conditions. With incredibly meaty, heavily flavourful, tastefully sweet and surprisingly large tomatoes for such a small plant, it is little surprise that this variety of tomato is by far the most popular among gardeners, homeowners, and farmers alike. As the fruit is incredibly flavourful while not overpowering, it is more than suitable for adding intricate flavour layers to dishes. Requiring less care taking than most tomato plants and producing a prolific amount of fruit, this tomato is a must have for any garden.
Growing: Planting season: Early spring, starting the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks prior the last frost date and transplanting outdoors after the danger of last frost is gone. Soil temp: 75-85F (+23-29C); Soil: fertile, well draining clay or loam soils that are rich in organic matter with a pH of 6-6.8. Sowing depth: 1/8-1/4in (0.3-0.6cm); Sowing space: 12-18in (30-45cm); Row spacing: 4-6in (10-15cm) centres. For greenhouse tomatoes maintain 4 square ft/plant. For pot planting keep one plant per pot; Light: Full sun/partial shade; Watering: regular watering to keep the soil moist (not wet). Fertilising: recommended.