BUSH (Tomato) CSB(A)

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.



BUNDABERG RUMBALL CSB(A)

BUNDABERG RUMBALL CSB(A)

(Lycopersicon esculentum) Handed to us by Patrina Nuske-Small co-founder of 'The Dwarf Tomato Project' - a group of volunteer, amateur, hobby gardene

$4.80

DWARF WILD FRED CSB(A)

DWARF WILD FRED CSB(A)

(Lycopersicon esculentum) Originally produced by Bruce Bradshaw from California and named after Wilfred LeHoullier after a humorous mispelling of his

$4.80

POLISH GIANT CSB(A)

POLISH GIANT CSB(A)

(Lycopersicon esculentum) Polish heirloom. Very large, red, plum shaped fruit to 15cm across with smooth skin, firm flesh & few seeds. Ideal for pa

$4.80

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SIBERIAN (Tomato) CSB(A)

SIBERIAN (Tomato) CSB(A)

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

$4.80

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SPUTNIK CSB(A)

SPUTNIK CSB(A)

(Lycopersicon esculentum) Russian variety named after the first artificial satellite that was launched into space by the USSR in 1957. First offered

$4.80