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Dear family,We just wanted to thank you for suplying the "VICTORIAN COLOSSAL CLIMBING PEAS" The crop has been absolutely outstanding & when it came to freezing I decided to try without blanching & the result....We both agree "they are tender & as sweet as a nut" You can count on our order again. Thank you
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Mr & Mrs Jones, Mow Cop,Stoke-On-Trent

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Bush Tomato Plants For Protected Growing

Bush tomatoes are many fruit and veg growers' preferred option in the tomato plant arena, basically because they're very easy to grow. Bush tomatoes are not fussy - their bushy shape is a result of their preference for growing trusses that require no support, and they give a good yield of fruit without the need for removing side shoots (as with their cordon counterparts).

As a consequence, they need little maintenance other than their watering and feeding. We have chosen a selection of bush tomato plants that will thrive under protection, in pots or open ground inside greenhouses and polytunnels. Our varieties of bush tomato plants are selected first and foremost for their excellent flavour, alongside their strong growing characteristics.


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Tomato Plant 'Amateur'

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A red mid-sized, delicious, reliable, compact bush tomato. Can be grown inside or out with good results.
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Supplied as compost block grown plants.

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Tomato Plant 'Shirleys' Pixie'

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A bush tomato that can be grown in the conventional way - or late planted for Winter cropping. Dwarf in habit it produces heavy crops of medium sized fruit.
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Supplied as compost block grown plants.

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Tomato Plant 'Sweet Pea Currant'

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A delicious pea sized red fruit that kids will not resist! Best grown as a bush (although can be grown as a cordon producing larger fruit). Easy to grow, great for the beginner!
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Supplied as compost block grown plants.

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Tomato Plant 'Amateur'


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Tomato Plant 'Shirleys' Pixie'


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Tomato Plant 'Sweet Pea Currant'


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