Tall Growing TomatoSolanum lycopersicum
The tall growing sorts must normally be bound up and the side shoots pinched out. They could also be allowed to wind freely outdoors on a bed of straw but that makes the pinching out of side shoots much more difficult and combating pests too. It will, however, be easier to protect them against the first frosts in autumn. The later sorts should be grown in green houses to yield a good crop in our climate.
To pinch out the shoots that appears, is not necessary to get good fruits.
But often the plant becomes far too extensive, dense and bushy to fit the cultivation. In particular, in greenhouses. If there is enough room, you could always let some early and well targeted shoots be allowed to develop and bear fruit.
The later varieties should ideally be grow in greenhouses or conservatories to give a good crop in our climate.
Read more about the cultivation and history under: Tomato.
Is a fast and hardy tomato, of very fine taste, for growing outdoors and in cool...More info →
Is an early and hardy tomato for growing outdoors chiefly. This one is very well-known...More info →
Is a popular `black` tomato from Russia which later has been improved upon in Japan....More info →
Dansk Export, ekofrö
Is an early and hardy tomato for growing outdoors mainly. This one is very well-known and...More info →
Green Zebra, ekofrö
Provides a delicious yellow-green tomato with dark green stripes. The flesh is green and...More info →
Is a classic, medium early green house tomato of very red, round, 70-80 g, fruits without...More info →
Big, orange and juicy beef tomato. On a good summer it yields well even in the open, but...More info →
"Mr Stripey" is an unusual and beautiful tiger tomato of orange stripes on red ground...More info →
Many of you have for years been asking for this Swedish tomato and now we have propagated...More info →
The tastiest tomato? It yields lovely, juicy tomatoes with a flavour which fills the...More info →
Yellow Brandywine, ekofrö
Strong yellow, voluminousand with the delicious succulence that highly resembles the...More info →
Black Brandywine, ekofrö
In a large taste test carried out in the US, the ”black”variety of Brandywine was...More info →