Vegetable Seeds Catalogue
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.
An Australian Heirloom. This old ‘work horse’ tomato, introduced as a commercial variety in 1931, is renowned for its good, tangy flavour. An early, staking variety, it dependably crops medium-sized, thin-skinned, orange-red fruits, ideal for bottling and freezing or eating fresh. 80 seeds.
This small, round cocktail tomato produces gooseberry sized, deep golden yellow, scrumptious fruit over the early months of summer. Our favourite yellow tomato as it is early and prolific with a super fruity, sweet flavour and low acidity. Needs staking. Prepare the soil by digging in plenty of rotted organic matter and use lime if soil is acid. 40 seeds
A heirloom variety from the Cherokee Indians taken up by settlers in the 1890s. A big ‘beefsteak’ tomato, ripening to a dusky purple-pink, with superb sweetness, dense juicy texture, large fruit & beautiful colour. An indeterminate variety that needs staking. 80 seeds.
An Australian Heirloom. Bred in the 1950s in New South Wales, this commercial variety tolerates heat well. Earlier to produce and more prolific than Grosse Lisse, it has solid, big red fruit and excellent flavour. An indeterminate variety that needs staking. 80 seeds.
An heirloom from Italy. This mid-season indeterminate variety produces large, ribbed, quince shaped tomatoes. This beautiful, creamy fruit is very flavoursome and used for slicing, sauces and pastes. Costoluto is a popular variety due to it full traditional flavour, which shines when slow roasted or cooked down into a rich sauce. 50 seeds