We are proud to offer this heirloom variety from 1925, named after the Scottish Island. A very productive perfect round tomato, produced in high yields in late January about 4cm round. Beautiful flavour, a tomato that has stood the test of time.
45cm diametre low spreading plant, slightly raised branches supporting large numbers of strong orange/red soft skinned sweet tangy flavoured, thirst quenching 3cm fruit by early January, production slows down after the first fruiting and picks up again steadily throughout late January into mid February and then slows down. Excellent for containers or small gardens.
Excellent 70cm tall by 70cm strong stemmed variety, supporting small trusses of 5cm plum shaped purple topped, chocolate coloured fruits in high yields, starts producing small amounts in mid/late January, highest yields seem to be mid/late February and then it slows down. Fruits are smooth, mild and creamy with some sweetness.
Blue Cream Berries (25 Fresh Seeds Grown in 21/22 Growing season):
These elongated multi-colored large cherries grow in clusters. Lavender and purple striped when immature, turning to green, red / brown with anthocycnin blue stripes when fully ripe. The interior is olive green with a blushed red when extra ripe. This amazing variety is delicately sweet.The fruit holds well on the vine and post-harvest making this amazing variety a good candidate for market growers. Has wispy foliage but produces a lot of fruit. Crack-resistant fruits are extraordinarily sweet! This release from Wild Boar Farms won best in a show at the 2017 National Heirloom Expo!
NB: It seems that this variety is not completely stabilized because some differences were observed in fruit size from one plant to another
CULINARY USE: Salad
FLAVOR PROFILE: Sweet
DESCRIPTION: Technicoloured pointy crazy colours
FRUIT COLOR: Anthocyanin/striped with green inside
FRUIT SHAPE: Small/medium pointed grape
MATURITY: 75 Days – Mid Season
PLANT TYPE: Indeterminate
BREED: Heirloom/ Open Pollinated
SPECIES: Solanum Lycopersicum
VARIETY: Open Pollinated
Grown In the West Tamar in Tasmania using organic (non certified)/permaculture principles focusing on soil health
Rare. This variety is about 1m tall flowers mid January. It produces the first fruit about Mid February and increases yields into late February. The fruit are obvate large bright red with interesting fizzy flavours.
One of the best tomatoes we trialled! 45cmx45cm, perfect round, dark red, 5cm sweet fruity flavours, very uniform, produces fruit by mid January and carries on well into March! Excellent for containers and small gardens.
One of Campbells selections for soup and canning tomato. Strong branches with deep green foliage. Flowers in late January, quite high yields of fruits ripen end February. Beautiful flavours a real professional variety, we made the best thickest homemade soup from these tomatoes. Possibly a bit late for very cold gardens.
A tall sturdy plant. Produces plentiful flowers in late January. Starts producing uniquely heart shaped 6cm bright red fruit by February, increasing yields throughout this Month. Creamy flavours, soft skins, fleshy.
A strong growing variety which needs staking. This variety flowers in late December and produces a uniquely flavoured sweet large 7cm obvate chocolate coloured ribbed fruit by late January. It has a disadvantage that the branches that bear the fruit are weak and can snap because of the weight of fruit. The fruit also has a tendency to crack. The flavour of this variety is exceptional.
Very strong growing variety flowering about January and producing the first ripe red round fruit end January, which are 8cm firm fleshy with a wonderful smooth taste. Stronger branches than Cherokee purple, and fruit does not crack. Fruit production increases in February well into March.
The name is for the high amounts of vitamin C it was bred to have. This variety initiates flowers mid January, and has large 10cm fruit ripening in February, in cool climates there will not be many fruit, but they are worth growing the power packed flavour is something else, eating one tomato of this variety is like three of another.
One of the original Heinz tomato varieties. Terrific flavours for soups and casseroles etc. This variety initiates flowers very early December, but the many fruit are slow to grow and ripen so the 8cm fruit mature in February, they are rich red thin skinned with smooth mild flavours.
Introduced in 1952 by Joseph Harris Seed Company. Large strong plant with strong branches. This variety flowers early January and starts to fruit by late January, the first fruit are a few 6cm red round and blocky fruit , increases productivity to high yields of of juicy tomatoes throughout February.
Sweet, round, baby tomatoes produced in profusion early on bushes about 1m high and 1m wide. Excellent variety. Feed with complete fertilizer and sheep manure. Sow indoors in pots with heat in late August. Transplant in Nov. Put clear plastic around to increase soil warmth. Feed with sulphate of potash when fruit has set.
Old reliable tomato, large solid fruit, requires staking. Cultivation; Tomatoes thrive on beds used for brassica crops the previous year. Feed with complete fertilizer and sheep manure. Sow indoors in pots with heat in late August. Transplant in Nov. Put clear plastic around to increase soil warmth. Feed with sulphate of potash when fruit has set.
Bred by Professor Graham, Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph. This variety initiates flowers about January, Many fruits start to ripen beginning of February. Large 10cm bright red round fruit and continue well into March, juicy unique sweet and sour flavours.
A rare variety. Strong 0.5m tall plant initiates flowers about mid January. Fruit starts to ripen about end of January and high yields occur throughout February. The fruit are 6cm to 8cm blocky yellow golden fruit with few seeds. Very sweet and make superb Italian sauces.
A large strong plant which flowers late December, starts producing 6cm+ bright red round slightly flattened fruit in late January which have a strong tomato sauce flavour.
Handsome strong compact dark green plant, 45cm tall. Produces prolific amounts of soft skinned 5cm dark red roundish, fairly fleshy fruit with beautiful smooth mild flavours from mid January until well into March. Excellent in containers or small gardens.
60cmx45cm, tall fairly spindly looking plant, producing several ovoid bright red 5cm fruit by mid January. Firm fleshed, mild taste with some juices increases production from late January into March.
Amazingly sweet, slicing tomato, 10cm, not too acidic, determinate, uniform round fruit with few seeds. Cultivation; Tomatoes thrive on beds used for brassica crops the previous year. Feed with complete fertilizer and sheep manure. Sow indoors in pots with heat in late August. Transplant in Nov. Put clear plastic around to increase soil warmth. Feed with sulphate of potash when fruit has set.
A very useful variety because it produces tomatoes late season that don’t rot on the plant but can be harvested and stored and keep well into April May without rotting. This variety flowers early in December, by end February it is covered in pale orangy splashed with green fruits about 6cm round. Very high yields of sweet tasting flavour packed tomatoes.
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