Grafted Tomatoes

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Grafted tomatoes have exploded in popularity amongst gardeners of all backgrounds, mainly due to their blight and virus resistant characteristics and superior flavour. Some varieties have long, fishbone trusses, others grow in bush form and produce profuse amounts of cherry-sized fruits and many wont split in the sun like traditional tomatoes. Whether your looking to fry, grill, make a salad or sauce, grafted tomato plants are perfect.

Famed for their vigour, grafted tomatoes consist of two plants joined at the roots, which makes for a strong root system and bet. . . Show More >

Grafted tomatoes have exploded in popularity amongst gardeners of all backgrounds, mainly due to their blight and virus resistant characteristics and superior flavour. Some varieties have long, fishbone trusses, others grow in bush form and produce profuse amounts of cherry-sized fruits and many wont split in the sun like traditional tomatoes. Whether your looking to fry, grill, make a salad or sauce, grafted tomato plants are perfect.

Famed for their vigour, grafted tomatoes consist of two plants joined at the roots, which makes for a strong root system and better equips the plant to deal with stress. They also have the added bonus of being resistant to many pests and soil-born diseases and produce significantly higher yields – in some cases up to 75% more! Remember to give your plants space for their roots to spread and flourish.


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Grafted tomatoes have exploded in popularity amongst gardeners of all backgrounds, mainly due to their blight and virus resistant characteristics and superior flavour. Some varieties have long, fishbone trusses, others grow in bush form and produce profuse amounts of cherry-sized fruits and many wont split in the sun like traditional tomat. . . Show More >

Grafted tomatoes have exploded in popularity amongst gardeners of all backgrounds, mainly due to their blight and virus resistant characteristics and superior flavour. Some varieties have long, fishbone trusses, others grow in bush form and produce profuse amounts of cherry-sized fruits and many wont split in the sun like traditional tomatoes. Whether your looking to fry, grill, make a salad or sauce, grafted tomato plants are perfect.

Famed for their vigour, grafted tomatoes consist of two plants joined at the roots, which makes for a strong root system and better equips the plant to deal with stress. They also have the added bonus of being resistant to many pests and soil-born diseases and produce significantly higher yields – in some cases up to 75% more! Remember to give your plants space for their roots to spread and flourish.


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