Tomato Seeds

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An organic grower’s favourite, the range of tomatoes is vast. From small, sweet cherry varieties that grow easily in containers, to bushy plant plum-shaped varieties, to the large tasty beefsteak crops, the tomato comes in many forms! Look out for many new varieties which are resistant to blight and splitting.

Known and loved for being truly diverse, there are numerous ways to grow your toms; larger varieties love open ground, whereas you can grow smaller varieties in pots or even hanging baskets. Start them in early/mid spring - they’re tender crops originating fr. . . Show More >

An organic grower’s favourite, the range of tomatoes is vast. From small, sweet cherry varieties that grow easily in containers, to bushy plant plum-shaped varieties, to the large tasty beefsteak crops, the tomato comes in many forms! Look out for many new varieties which are resistant to blight and splitting.

Known and loved for being truly diverse, there are numerous ways to grow your toms; larger varieties love open ground, whereas you can grow smaller varieties in pots or even hanging baskets. Start them in early/mid spring - they’re tender crops originating from the Mediterranean and don’t like the cold! We recommend starting your tomatoes off by sowing them into single pots and putting them into a propagator or greenhouse. Tomatoes like their fertiliser, so a liquid feed of comfrey, or dressing comfrey pellets into the compost will give them a real boost and create a perfectly balanced organic fertiliser. Make sure you give your tomatoes enough space - don’t plant them too close together as this will make them susceptible to fungal attack. In short, make sure they have some airflow around them. Keeping an eye on the watering will also contribute to good tomato plants – they will soon tell you if they are too dry as they start to wilt. Setting up a water butt in your growing area is also good organic practice. There is no taste like the taste of a freshly picked home grown tomato, especially when eaten at room temperature. They have the added goodness of containing the anti-cancer compound lycopene.


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An organic grower’s favourite, the range of tomatoes is vast. From small, sweet cherry varieties that grow easily in containers, to bushy plant plum-shaped varieties, to the large tasty beefsteak crops, the tomato comes in many forms! Look out for many new varieties which are resistant to blight and splitting.

Known and loved. . . Show More >

An organic grower’s favourite, the range of tomatoes is vast. From small, sweet cherry varieties that grow easily in containers, to bushy plant plum-shaped varieties, to the large tasty beefsteak crops, the tomato comes in many forms! Look out for many new varieties which are resistant to blight and splitting.

Known and loved for being truly diverse, there are numerous ways to grow your toms; larger varieties love open ground, whereas you can grow smaller varieties in pots or even hanging baskets. Start them in early/mid spring - they’re tender crops originating from the Mediterranean and don’t like the cold! We recommend starting your tomatoes off by sowing them into single pots and putting them into a propagator or greenhouse. Tomatoes like their fertiliser, so a liquid feed of comfrey, or dressing comfrey pellets into the compost will give them a real boost and create a perfectly balanced organic fertiliser. Make sure you give your tomatoes enough space - don’t plant them too close together as this will make them susceptible to fungal attack. In short, make sure they have some airflow around them. Keeping an eye on the watering will also contribute to good tomato plants – they will soon tell you if they are too dry as they start to wilt. Setting up a water butt in your growing area is also good organic practice. There is no taste like the taste of a freshly picked home grown tomato, especially when eaten at room temperature. They have the added goodness of containing the anti-cancer compound lycopene.


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Tomato Agro F1 Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Agro F1

Packet Content 16 seeds

£3.49
Tomato Ailsa Craig Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Ailsa Craig

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£1.69
Tomato Alicante Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Alicante

Average Packet Content 40 seeds

£1.69
Tomato Black Russian Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Black Russian

Average Packet Content 40 seeds

£1.69
Tomato Ciliegia Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Ciliegia

Average Packet Content 25 seeds

£1.69
Tomato Clementine Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Clementine

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£2.99
Tomato Costoluto Fiorentino Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Costoluto Fiorentino

Average Packet Content 25 seeds

£1.99
Tomato Crimson Blush F1 Tomato Seeds - Crimson Blush F1

Packet Content 10 seeds

£3.99
Tomato Golden Sunrise Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Golden Sunrise

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£1.69
Tomato Green Zebra Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Green Zebra

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£1.69
Tomato Harbinger Organic Tomato (Organic) Seeds - Harbinger

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£1.69
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An organic grower’s favourite, the range of tomatoes is vast. From small, sweet cherry varieties that grow easily in containers, to bushy plant plum-shaped varieties, to the large tasty beefsteak crops, the tomato comes in many forms! Look out for many new varieties which are resistant to blight and splitting.

Known and loved for being truly diverse, there are numerous ways to grow your toms; larger varieties love open ground, whereas you can grow smaller varieties in pots or even hanging baskets. Start them in early/mid spring - they’re tender crops originating from the Mediterranean and don’t like the cold! We recommend starting your tomatoes off by sowing them into single pots and putting them into a propagator or greenhouse. Tomatoes like their fertiliser, so a liquid feed of comfrey, or dressing comfrey pellets into the compost will give them a real boost and create a perfectly balanced organic fertiliser. Make sure you give your tomatoes enough space - don’t plant them too close together as this will make them susceptible to fungal attack. In short, make sure they have some airflow around them. Keeping an eye on the watering will also contribute to good tomato plants – they will soon tell you if they are too dry as they start to wilt. Setting up a water butt in your growing area is also good organic practice. There is no taste like the taste of a freshly picked home grown tomato, especially when eaten at room temperature. They have the added goodness of containing the anti-cancer compound lycopene.

An organic grower’s favourite, the range of tomatoes is vast. From small, sweet cherry varieties that grow easily in containers, to bushy plant plum-shaped varieties, to the large tasty beefsteak crops, the tomato comes in many forms! Look out for many new varieties which are resistant to blight and splitting.

Known and loved for being truly diverse, there are numerous ways to grow your toms; larger varieties love open ground, whereas you can grow smaller varieties in pots or even hanging baskets. Start them in early/mid spring - they’re tender crops originating from the Mediterranean and don’t like the cold! We recommend starting your tomatoes off by sowing them into single pots and putting them into a propagator or greenhouse. Tomatoes like their fertiliser, so a liquid feed of comfrey, or dressing comfrey pellets into the compost will give them a real boost and create a perfectly balanced organic fertiliser. Make sure you give your tomatoes enough space - don’t plant them too close together as this will make them susceptible to fungal attack. In short, make sure they have some airflow around them. Keeping an eye on the watering will also contribute to good tomato plants – they will soon tell you if they are too dry as they start to wilt. Setting up a water butt in your growing area is also good organic practice. There is no taste like the taste of a freshly picked home grown tomato, especially when eaten at room temperature. They have the added goodness of containing the anti-cancer compound lycopene.

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