This heavy-cropping Russian heirloom produces flattish, soft-red tomatoes early in the season. A compact, bush variety, with attractive grey-green, finely-divided leaves, it does well in containers. Tomatoes produced are a meaty 7-10 cm flattened variety. Surround the young plants with lots of straw around the base to keep the ripening tomatoes off the ground. Prepare the soil by digging in plenty of rotted organic matter and use lime if soil is acid. 40 seeds
A very early and cold resistant, one meter tall staking variety from Eastern Europe with medium sized,round red, fruit. Rich flavour and good slicing type. 50 seeds
This small to medium-sized, red tomato has orange stripes and makes a stunning addition to salads. This is one of our favourites as it is early, high yielding, looks good, tastes sweet and versatile in the kitchen (use in salads or tossed with garlic, parmesan and parsley into pasta). A 1m tall staking variety. 80 seeds
A miniature cocktail bush tomato with sweet, red fruit 2cm to 3cm in diameter. Excellent in containers or pots. Quickly maturing and often grown for (by) children. 60 seeds
A vigorous plant with round, red apricot sized fruit ( 2-4cm). Very tasty, juicy and productive tomato that needs staking. Grows in clusters and is a prize winner. 80 seeds
An early dwarf variety that produces a prolific quantity of small red tomatoes on larges trusses. A great variety for growing in pots or small areas as it does not require staking. Grow indoors for an early harvest while your field tomatoes are still coming on. Use in salads, omelettes or eat raw. 50 seeds.
An old-time, early variety once very popular for market gardens. Very smooth, round, red globes with good, mild, sweet flavour. Heavy yielding and concentrated harvest time with some heat tolerance. A smaller indeterminate variety needing staking. 80 seeds.
A yellow, pear shaped cocktail tomato, carrying lots of fruit over the summer months. Grows well in a container. Low in acid, but very tasty. 80 seeds
A one meter tall staking variety with very attractive, small to medium sized, 8cm long, oval shaped, deep yellow fruit. This tomato is well flavoured, creamy and prolific producer. 80 seeds
Considered by many to be the best sandwich tomato. This heirloom is large, meaty, holds together well (so your sanger does not get soggy!), thin skinned and most importantly has excellent flavour raw. A large, red tomato that averages 400 – 600 grams. Requires staking. 80 seeds.
This Swiss heirloom tomato variety has medium sized, round, red pinkish colored, delicious fruit. It is especially good for eating fresh in salads. A good type for cooler climates and short summers. Needs staking. 80 seeds
A favourite heirloom as it has high yields, is easy to grow and most importantly it produces small round dark coloured tomatoes with a full, sweet flavour (and a touch ‘exotic’!). A vigorous producer that needs staking. 30 seeds.
A low acid variety that when ripe is bright red with distinct green-yellowish stripes. Not to be confused with Tigeralla that is a little smaller, not as sweet and with less defined markings. Great flavour. A tough and vigorous producer that needs staking. 80 SEEDS.
A variety that produces good volumes of medium red fruit. With good flavour the fruit can be used raw or cooked (also freezes well). Grow against a north facing wall for best results. A medium sized plant that requires some support. 60 seeds.