Felicity was a stand out in our trials. It has a terrific flavour when ripe, it doesn’t split and it has good disease resistance. I was picking good ripe fruit at the end of April. Felicity is an indeterminate variety so it needs staking.
A famous curiously shaped Italian oxheart tomato. “These big tomatoes bottom heavy shape reminiscent of a pouch with a gathered top.” ‘Ragutino’ is one of the tastiest saucing tomatoes, with dense flesh and lustrous orange red skin. Read more about Tomato, Cuore Di Bue 'Rugantino F1'
‘Attiya’F1 is a flavoursome variety with strong growth and production to the end of the tomato season (May here at Lambley). ‘Attiya’ has excellent disease resistance. Gourmet variety (standard size) averaging 180-200g per fruit.
This full sized tomato is an excellent alternative to Valiant which has been discontinued. It has an excellent rich flavour, on a vigorous plant with high yield and good disease resistance. The medium to large fruit has a good classic red colour. Read more about Tomato, Gourmet 'Marengo' F1
From the same Israeli breeders as ‘Sheena’ this variety has an improved disease resistance and slightly better quality fruit otherwise there isn’t a lot of difference between the two. Read more about Tomato, Roma ‘Katya’ F1
Much loved by children this is a good looking, very sweet, low acid variety. It is very productive with good disease resistance although it has no resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus. Indeterminate variety needs support.
This is a selected superior strain of this traditional, Southern United States variety where it is widely grown. Producing smooth, round roots, avg. 75-100mm in diameter, which are white below the soil line and bright purple above. Large, lobed greens.