Tomato Plants

Growing tomatoes from plug plants is very easy. They are best planted in a greenhouse or polytunnel, but can be grown outside in a sunny, sheltered spot. Your tomato plug plants will come with a complete growing guide to help you get the best from your plants.

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    Cherry Tomato – Tiny Tim (bush variety)

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    These compact plants produce a good crop of cherry tomatoes
    Tiny Tim tomato plants will grow to approximately 30-45cm and will produce clusters of beautifully flavoured, sweet red salad tomatoes that are 2cm in diameter. This variety is suitable for outdoor growing. Growing tomatoes from plug plants is easy – just follow the instructions in the growing guide that is provided with the plants.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Tiny Tim (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Delicious in salads or try them roasted with a drizzle of olive oil.

  • Tomato – Gardeners Delight

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    If you only grow one variety of tomato then Gardener’s Delight should be the one.

    An easy to grow, large cherry tomato. The fruits are small but the taste is sweet and amazing. Growing your own tomatoes is very easy from plug plants. They are best grown in a greenhouse or polytunnel, but you can plant them in a sunny, sheltered spot from late May once the weather is warmer. Full growing guide comes with the plug plants to make growing your tomatoes easy, even if you are completely new to growing your own vegetables!

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Gardener’s Delight (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or cooked in Mediterranean dishes.

  • Tomato Collection

    £14.99
    (15 Plug Plants)

    Homegrown tomatoes knock the spots off anything you can buy
    This colourful tomato collection contains 3 different super tasty and easy to grow varieties, 15 plug plants in total. Tomatoes are easy to grow from plug plants. We’d recommend growing your tomatoes in a greenhouse or polytunnel if you can, if not, choose a sunny, sheltered spot in the garden. You’ll receive a complete growing guide with your plug plants when they arrive.

    Number of plants: 15 plug plants (organic*)

    Space required: 5 grow bags, or 15x individual pots, or an area measuring approx 2m x 3m

    In the kitchen: Chop up the tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a bright, colourful and delicious summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or cooked in Mediterranean dishes.

    (please note – if varieties specified are unavailable we may replace with alternatives.)

  • Golden Sunrise Tomato

    Tomato – Golden Sunrise

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Considered by many to be the best flavoured tomato
    This is a cordon variety of tomato, producing lovely medium sized tomatoes which are beautifully golden yellow in colour. Very juicy. Tomatoes are easy to grow from plug plants – complete growing instructions come free with the plug plants.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Golden Sunrise (organic*)

    In the kitchen: These tomatoes have a deliciously sweet fruity flavour and add an eye catching dash of colour to any summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or cooked in Mediterranean dishes.

  • Tomato – Moneymaker

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Produces loads of fruits

    This variety produces a good crop, hence its name, ‘moneymaker’. It is a good choice for outdoor growing as long as you plant it out well after last frosts. It produces a medium sized tomato, usually towards the end of July/early August.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Moneymaker (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tomato – Outdoor Girl

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    No greenhouse? No worries!

    As the name suggests, this variety grows well outdoors. It’s a good option for those living in cooler parts of the UK, and it crops quite early too. The tomatoes are a small/medium size, and a tasty option for salad lovers.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Outdoor Girl (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tomato – Roma Plum

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Super for sauces, soups and salad!

    A lovely plum tomato variety that has few seeds, making them an excellent choice if you want to make tomato sauces and soups. They are good for salads too.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Roma (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tomato – Rubinka Cherry

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Cherry Tomatoes on the Vine

    Rubinka is an early maturing variety that produces tasty cherry tomatoes. You can get up to 30 cherry tomatoes on a single truss, making them very pleasing at harvest time! They’ll do reasonably well outdoors as well as in a greenhouse or polytunnel, and the skins tend not to crack as easily as other varieties.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Rubinka (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tomato – Saint Pierre

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Late cropping & a good yield

    Extend the tomato season with this late cropping variety. It is a lovely fleshy tomato, with great flavour not dissimilar to beefsteak types. It tends to be quite productive so you can expect a good crop if we get a reasonable summer.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Saint Pierre (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

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    Tomato – Tigerella

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    Delicious, quirky and easy to grow 
    Named Tigerella because of its very distinctive red fruits with orange and yellow stripes like a tiger, this tomato is well suited for cooler climates. The variety produces fruits of medium size and is high yielding. Great for growing outdoors or in a greenhouse or polytunnel. Our plug plants are easy to grow and come with a complete growing guide.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Tigerella (organic*)

    In the kitchen: These tomatoes add an eye catching dash of colour and fun to any summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or cooked in Mediterranean dishes.

  • Tomato – Yellow Perfection

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    A long cropper

    Yellow Perfection crops for several months, making it a good option if you’re short on space and can only grow one variety, but would like to enjoy your own home grown tomatoes right through summer and into autumn. The tomatoes are quite small in size, but a little larger than a cherry tomato.

    Number of plants: 5 plug plants

    Variety: Yellow Perfection (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Chop up tomatoes and throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious colourful summer salad. These are delicious eaten raw, roasted or used in preserves.

  • Tomato – Delicious Beefsteak

    £6.99
    (5 Plug Plants)

    A trusty beefsteak variety

    If you love a classic Caprese tomato and mozarella salad, then this is the variety for you! The large fruits ripen towards the end of summer, with all the rich flavour and texture you would expect from a beefsteak tomato. This variety tends not to crack easily as well, which makes them a particularly good choice.

    Number of plants: 5

    Variety: Delicious Beefsteak (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Slice and arrange with mozarella, throw in a handful of fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and in an instant, you’ll have a delicious summer salad.