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Tomato Plant 'Giant Delicious'

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Solanum lycopersicum 'Giant Delicious'

  • Giant beef/meaty fruits with excellent flavour.
  • Cordon variety.
  • Can be grown indoors and out.

Supplied as compost block grown plants.

Available from approximately mid April 2019

1 or more £2.25GBPGBP
each. Group & quantity discounts
Qty:

Huge! Amaze your friends and family with these, not only are they giant size but they are delicious too!

A single slice from one of these can be large enough to cover a piece of bread - we've had them 'hanging' over the sides, gives a whole new meaning to a tomato sandwich!

Despite its novelty value, this is a truly delicious variety with sweet, dense, juicy flesh that is truly gorgeous grilled, fried or even pulped down for sauces and paste (freeze your surplus for Winter use). And of course these are fantastic for hollowing out and stuffing! So many uses from this one variety.

Beware you may need to offer extra support to your plant once these fruits start to grow!

This is the variety that holds the record for producing the world's largest tomato - a whopping 7 lb. 12 oz. (3 Kg) beauty grown by Gordon Graham of Edmond, Oklahoma, and listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.

  • This is an indeterminate variety and best grown as a cordon (vine).
  • Support of the developing crop with strings, canes or similar will be essential!
  • For best yields stop at 3rd or 4th truss if growing under protection (2nd or 3rd outside).
  • Whilst the best crops will be grown under protection, this variety can also be grown outside.

How To Videos

How To Grow Tomatoes - Part 1 (Video)
An instructional video by Stephen on the basics of caring for tomatoes in the first few months.

How To Grow Tomatoes - Part 2 (Video)
An instructional video by Stephen on the basics of caring for tomatoes as the season progresses.

How To Save Tomato Seed (Video)
An instructional video by Stephen on how to harvest and save tomato seed.

Recipes

Smoked Tomato Chutney Recipe
A simple recipe for making delicious, tangy smoked tomato chutney. Goes well with cold meats, poultry or cheese.

General Information

A Little Information About Our Vegetable Plants (Video)
Information on the vegetable plants that Victoriana grows and how we make sure they are always hardened off before dispatch.

What's A Compost Block Grown Plant?
Information on the size of the compost blocks that Victoriana grow their plants in - and what you can expect to receive.

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