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Tomato - Duncan Wilson - Ric Ginders *NEW TOMATO* ONLY SEVEN PACKETS AVAILABLE, more seed available Feb 2018

Details  Description and History coming soonBotanical name  Solanum lycopersicumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30

Tomato - Sub-Arctic Maxi.- Neville Sinclair

Details  Early-cropping bush tomato, these are the earliest-fruiting tomatoes that I've ever had the pleasure of growing.No pruning, no staking; ultra easy care.Botanical name  Lycopersicon EsculentumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30

Tomato - Ailsa Craig *NEW TOMATO*- Ric Ginders - ONLY 4 PACKETS AVAILABLE- more seed will be available Feb 2018

Details  Description and History coming soonBotanical name  Solanum lycopersicumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30
Tomato- Broad Ripple Yellow- Medbury Gardens

Tomato- Broad Ripple Yellow- Medbury Gardens

Details  A small yellow currant tomato with a pleasant fruity flavor that is not overly sweet, this heirloom came from Indiana, USA and dates back to the 1900s. It was discovered by John Hartman of Indianapolis, who found it growing in cracks in the street, and it was named for the creek that runs through the areaBotanical name  Lycopersicon esculentumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40
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Tomato - Moonglow - Medbury Gardens

Details  A yellow/orange mid size tomato with good to excellent taste, shown to have  highest levels of lycopene for cancer prevention Due to high demand we are selling out fast with our tomato seed, more plants are being grown and seed should be available again by March 2018Botanical name  Lycopersicon lycopersicumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30+
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Tomato- Pink Brandywine

Details  Pink Brandywine dates back to 1885, the large, beefsteak-shaped fruits grow on unusually upright, potato-leaved plants.Botanical name  Lycopersicon lycopersicumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30
Toms Yellow Wonder

Toms Yellow Wonder

Details  Variety originating in New Jersey, USA. It is assumed to be the result of the accidental crossing of "Wonder Light" with "Persimmon" or "Pineapple". Originally Wonder Light was grown between two rows of "Persimmon" and "Pineapple".
Botanical name  Lycopersicon lycopersicumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30

Tomato - Japanese Black Trifele. - Neville Sinclair

Details  Pear-shaped fruit that are a strange red/orange/purple colour with very good taste. Strong, vigourous plants, that should be allowed to carry 3 or 4 leaders. So put in several stakes for each plant. Excellent yields. MORE SEED SHOULD BE AVAILABLE FEB 2018 Botanical name  Lycopersicon Esculentum10Price per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30
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Tomato 'long keeper' - Medbury Gardens

Details  As the name suggests this tomato has a slow ripening fruit that keeps well into winter, a close relative to Burpee Long keeper,this is tomato that i like to start mid summer and pick green late autumn so they slowly ripen though in the winter.A mid size dark red skin red inside during summer but doesn't get as dark during the cooler months.

Price per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40
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Common companion plants to grow alongside your tomatoes

The following plants are often grown together to help increase pollination, distract and deter pests and generally improve the overall yield.

Borage, Chives, Marigolds, Nasturtiums, Basil, Calendula, Carrots, Peppers, Sage, Onions, Garlic, Lettuce
Tomatoes for health

Tomatoes for health

Tomatoes are a treasure of riches when it comes to their antioxidant benefits. In terms of conventional antioxidants, tomatoes provide an excellent amount of vitamin C and beta-carotene; a very good amount of the mineral manganese; and a good amount of vitamin E.

Burpee long keeper

A mid size tomato with red flesh and orange/ red skin, as the name suggests a slow ripening fruit which makes it ideal for end of season growing, fruit will ripen well into July.

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