A sturdy, vigorous variety with golden yellow round fruits which form in clusters.
A sturdy, vigorous variety with golden yellow round fruits which form in clusters. Sweet and tangy flavour, and they keep well with a firm flesh even when fully ripe. Grows well in damp climates, originally coming from Scotland, which was known for tomato production from the 1930s-1960s. Annual, indeterminate, height to 2m, frost tender.
Sow in August into trays in a glasshouse. Keep soil temp at 18-20°C for ideal germination. Prick out when true leaves appear to 4cm diagonal spacing. Pot on to small pots to further develop roots. Transplant after last frost to 40cm diagonal spacing into fertile ground in direct sun. Stake and de-lateral as needed.