BUSH (Tomato) (LSP)

SEED SAVING GUIDE

SIMPLICITY  Easy

ANNUAL   Will produce seed in the first year.

POLLINATION   Self-Pollinating. Will not cross with other varieties; however, to avoid minimal natural cross-pollination in older varieties, grow in blocks harvesting centre fruit, or with a tall growing plant between (eg. climbing bean).

TIPS   Remove any plants showing signs of disease. Leave fruit to mature on the bush, then harvest & allow to sit for an extra few days. Cut fruit in half, scoop out seeds and place into a glass jar. Leave pulp to ferment for a few days until the gel surrounding the seeds has dissolved. Place into a sieve & wash well under running water. Leave to dry on a plate or fine mesh in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. After 1-2 days use hands to separate & break up seeds. Continue to dry.



ENGLISH CHANDLER (LSP)

ENGLISH CHANDLER (LSP)

(Lycopersicon esculentum) Heirloom. Medium sized, round, red fruit with rich tomato flavour. Sturdy bush. High yields. Disease resistant. Reliab

$4.20

SIBERIAN (Tomato) (LSP)

SIBERIAN (Tomato) (LSP)

(Lycopersicon esculentum) Heirloom from Atai Mountains (Siberia). Bright red, rounded fruit to 5cm across produced in clusters. Juicy flesh with ex

$4.20