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Sweet and juicy cherry tomatoes but with yields of 300-350 fruits in a season, you will have plenty, plus your neighbours will love you. Larger than a cherry but smaller than a roma, wiyth green stripes, touches of shimmering gold, unique almond shape and sweet, succulent flavour. Colour your salads with greens and golds or enjoy snack-sized fruit fresh form the vine.
Packet size is approximately 10 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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Sowing; Ideally sow Feb-April for greenhouse growing (or April for outdoor growing) in a propagator on a windowsill or pots or trays in a greenhouse at 18-21C using a good quality compost. Cover seeds with 6mm compost (Germination 7-14 days). Transplant seedlings singly into 7.5cm pots. Grow on, finally planting into large pots, or direct into a greenhouse border; or outdoors 45cm apart when the risk of frost has passed. Support with a cane and remove side shoots regularly. Feed regularly with tomato food.