33 product(s) found for "Tomato"
Beef Tomato ‘Red Pear Franchi’ - Solanum lycope..
This is one of Franchi’s own cultivars from the hilly countryside of Bergamo. It is large, sweet, succulent, and a prolific fruiter – one of the best beef tomatoes around. Slice with local creamy Taleggio (a gorgeous semi-soft Italian cheese), drizzle with Lombardia olive oil, add a pinch...
FRANCHI 1967 TOMATO SEED POSTER
Depicting the San Marzano tomato of Naples, this most wonderful 1967 poster from Franchi seeds of an old catalogue cover with their seeds spilling out of a tin and the tomatoes. A must for every allotment shed or Italian restaurant! A5 or choose the larger A3.
GIANT SAN MARZANO TOMATO ´REDORTA´
T7 - A huge regional plum tomato used for cooking, named after a mountain in Bergamo, the home of Franchi seeds. Fruits of up to 350g. Indeterminate. @100. Sow Feb-Apr.
PATENTED 70x70cm TUSCAN MOBILE WOOD BURNING PIZ..
*Mainland UK only* For your garden or business, hand made in Florence by artisans and NOT to be confused with similar looking products made with inferior imported materials, these are Italian made professional ovens - Beware of expensive imitations. They are completely mobile and portable and...
Plum Tomato San Marzano ‘Scatolone Di Bolsena’ ..
San Marzano, a town near Naples, is famous for its plum tomatoes. This variety is a superb cordon-type tomato from Bolsena in Lazio (near Rome) with an excellent flavour and good size which stores well. Italians really made the tomato their own after they were introduced into Europe by Christopher...
TOMATO ASTRO SCIPIO F1 SAN MARZANO NANO
T20 - Featured in BBC GW Magazine - Pippa Greenwoods favourite tomato Mar 2008. Classic bush plum variety 85-100g in weight. Resistant to rot, Verticillium and Fusarium. Excellent production. Indicated for sauces. @60. Sow Feb-May.
TOMATO BABY PLUM MUSCATO F1 ex Piccolo Dattero
T24 - A typical Piccolo baby plum tomato translated as 'small date' and commonly called Datterini in Italy. Juicy, full of flavour and reliable. Used by Theo Randall on Saturday kitchen 23/6/12. @50 seeds. Sow Feb -May.
TOMATO BEEFMASTER F1 - RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERI..
T5 - Hybrid, lightly ribbed beef tomato. Very meaty and heavy, but not as mishapen as the Costoluto Fiorentino. Vigorous plant. Indeterminate. Fruits of up to 600g with resistance to Verticillium, Fusarium and Alternaria. @60 seeds.
TOMATO BIG RIO 2000 F1
T23 -Mid/early semi plum tomato for eating fresh or for preserving/cooking. Bush variety producing fruits of approx 120g in size. Sow Feb-May. @60 seeds.
TOMATO BLACK CRIMEAN
New for 2015 - Classic tomato from the island of Krim in Crimea. Can be sown outside or in the greenhouse from Feb and May. Indeterminate variety, 70-80 days to maturity.
TOMATO CALIENDO EX TONDO PICCOLO F1
T25 - Tomato small round Caliendo produces a tomato larger than a cherry but smaller than a salad tomato, about 50g each, juicy and reliable. @50. Sow Feb - May
TOMATO COSTOLUTO FIORENTINO FLORENCE
T2 - Medium-large, old-fashioned, mishapen, heavy, ribbed beef tomato from Florence. Indeterminate (cordon - not a bush as stated by some other seed companies). Very meaty and ideal for slicing. Fruits of 150-180g. @450 seeds. Sow Feb-May. RHS AGM.
TOMATO COSTOLUTO OF PARMA save 40p
Featured on BBC GQT 2/3/12 - T26 - A classic tomato from Emilia Romagna, a 'proper' tomato, old fashioned with a lovely 'lost' flavour for you to rediscover. Superb with Parmesan cheese from the same region. Sow Spring. 180g. @300.
TOMATO CUOR DI BUE COUER DE BOUEF OF LIGURIA
T10 - Recommended By Raimond Blanc (Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons) on BBC Gardeners World 20/04/07. "Superb tasting and fleshy" - Joy Larkcom, The Guardian Weekend 15/03/03. 'Ox Heart' beef tomato, so called because of its size and shape. A lovely slicing tomato due to its meaty flesh, and few...
TOMATO GOLDEN BOY F1
T8 - A round, sweet, yellow, hybrid salad tomato for eating. Adds a touch of colour to your salads. Indeterminate. Fruits of 140-160g. 60 seeds. Sow Feb-end May.
TOMATO LILLIPUT F1
T6 - Hybrid Cherry tomato. Heavy cropper with small round tasty fruits. Determinate. Good for growing in containers and baskets too. Resistant to Verticillium, Fusarium and Alternaria. Fruits of 20-30g. 60 seeds. Sow Feb-end May.
TOMATO MARGLOBE SALE - SAVE 40p
T14 - Round, smooth, red eating tomato. Seen in markets due to its 'perfect' tomato shape. Indeterminate. Fruits of 140-150g. @390-600. Sow Feb-end May.
T15 - Featured on BBC Gardeners World with Raymond Blanc 20/04/07 and BBC Radio 4's Food Programme 10/6/12. Flat, scalloped beefy tomato with thick flesh and sweet flavour. A favourite of many gardeners. Can be grown on outside. Indeterminate. 150-170g. @390. Sow Feb-May.
TOMATO MONTECARLO PROFESSIONAL
T17 - Round, smooth, red eating tomato, but more vigorous and productive than Marglobe. Indeterminate. Fruits of 200-230g with some resistance and this variety is from our professional range. @60. Sow Feb-end May.
TOMATO PANTANO OF ROME
T18 - Tall beef tomato from Rome - vigorous and productive with large semi scalloped fruits with few seeds and tasty, thick flesh. Fruits of 180-200g. @450. Sow from Feb-end May.
TOMATO POMONA F1
T12 - A good sized, F1 hybrid, mid-early tomato variety. This is a juicy eating tomato, ideal for use in salads. @60 seeds. Indeterminate. Fruits of over 200g with resistance to verticillium, fusarium and nematoids. Sow Feb- May.
TOMATO PRINCIPE BORGHESE da Appendere or Eterna..
T1 - Pull the whole plant upside down at the end of the season and pull the tomatoes all winter. Indeterminate. Small egg shaped fruits with few seeds. Ideal for salads or for using sliced with mozzarella, basil and olive oil and for drying for winter use. @450 seeds, Sow Feb to May.
TOMATO RED CHERRY
T21 - Open pollinated variety producing many small fruits of 20-30g each - 'Pomodorini'. Oblong 'plum' style cherry. Bush, so ideal for containers and balconies too. Sow Feb-May. @450
TOMATO RED PEAR FRANCHI OF BERGAMO
T9 - As seen on BBC GW 21/9/12. Very good quality, flavoursome, pear shaped with vertical ribs - a must try. Really meaty containing few seeds. Indeterminate. Fruits of 220-230g. Sow Feb-May. @60
TOMATO REDUNA F1
T13 - A hybrid vine tomato. Mid-early with uniform, juicy round fruits. @60 seeds. Indeterminate. Fruits of 140g with a long shelf life. Sow Feb-May and harvest Jul-Sept.
TOMATO RIO GRANDE
T11 - Similar in shape to the Roma but more productive. Fruits typically of 70-80g each. Suited for cooking, sauces and preserving. @450 seeds. Sow from Feb-May.
TOMATO ROMA VF
T3 - Meaty mid-sized oblong tomato. Versatile as can be used for cooking or eating. Determinate. Quite resistant with fruits typically of 70-80g each in weight. @450 seeds. Sow Feb-end May.
TOMATO SAN MARZANO FOLLIA F1
T19 - A bell shaped San Marzano variety for eating fresh. Resistant to Verticillium and Fusarium. Thick flesh and real Italian flavour. @60. Sow Feb-May.
TOMATO SAN MARZANO Naples
T4 -Mentioned on BBC Radio 4's Food Programme 10/6/12. Classic Italian plum tomato from Naples used mainly for cooking as it has very little water inside, few seeds and is very meaty. Use for making Passata, cooking. 70-80 g. @300. Sow Feb - May
TOMATO SCATOLONE OF BOLSENA
T22 - A superb cordon San Marzano type tomato from Lazio (Rome area) recommended by Pippa Greenwood in BBC GW Mag March 2008 of good size and an excellent storer. Sow Feb-May and harvest the last tomatoes when not quite ripe and store in a 'scatolone'.
TOMATO ST PIERRE
T16 - Featured in BBC GW Mag Mar 2008 by Pippa Greenwood. French salad tomato. Round, good sized, determinate (bush variety) renowned for it's super flavour. @100. Sow Feb-May.
TOMATO YELLOW PEAR SHAPED
LB8 - Sweet yellow flesh and a really distinct pear shape. Image to follow shortly and forms part of our 'Bizzarre' range. Sow Feb-May protected and plant outside after the last frosts. @300 seeds
WW2 IF YOU DIG ON FOR VICTORY POSTER
By 1917, the British government realised that if they didn't do something quickly, Britain would essentially starve. This was the conception of the campaign that would later be known during WW2 as the 'Dig for Victory Campaign' which was brilliantly organised by the Ministry of Food. This was one of...