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Tomato Garden Delight Seeds
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Tomato Garden Delight Seeds


  • Popular heirloom variety.
  • Cherry tomato sized fruit.
  • Highly productive.
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Heirloom Tomato Garden Delight Seeds

  • Cherry tomato variety.
  • Heavy yielding.
  • Semi determinate.
  • Requires staking. Vines grow up to 150 cm height.
  • Full flavoured, sweet tomato suitable for salads, raw and cooked dishes.
  • Suitable for growing in most states.

Growing Instructions

When to Sow:

In temperate areas: sow in early spring – either inside with extra bottom heat by using a bottom heat propagator, behind a sunny window or on top of a hot water system; if sowing outside wait until all frost danger has passed and the soil is warm. Generally if starting tomato seeds inside then begin 6 to 8 weeks before the last expected frost date in your area. By sowing early there will be time for a good crop to be produced before the first frost in winter.
In subtropical areas: sow March – October in frost-free areas
In tropical areas: sow late April – July

Seed Sowing:

Sow 6 mm deep into seed raising mix in seedling pots or trays. Germination takes 7 – 14 days. Liquid feed the seedlings once germinated. Seedlings are ready to transplant when the 2nd set of ‘true’ leaves appear. During seedling development make sure the seedlings are not crowded and receive strong light. Seedlings become leggy (etiolated) with weak stems if the light is insufficient or if they are too crowded. The best seedlings have strong, stout stems.
Seedlings should be planted out in a full sun position after all frost danger has passed.
Plant in rows 90 cm apart with 45 – 60 cm between plants.
Transplant by planting seedlings deeper, up to the first set of ‘true’ leaves, first carefully removing the seed leaves. This speeds up fruit production and increases root depth.
Grow in a fertile, well-drained garden bed with a soil pH 5.8 – 7. Prepare the soil by adding compost. If stakes are required then put them at the same time as transplanting takes place to avoid later root disturbance. Providing support to keep fruit clear of the ground helps keep fruit clean and prevents slug and snail damage. Mulch the plants well. Keep well fertilised and evenly watered. Protect fruit from fruit fly with nets.

Additional information

Weight 0.01 kg

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Product Specifications

Product Specifications

  • Botanical name: Solanum lycopersicum.
  • Open pollinated.
  • No chemical treatment.
  • Non GMO.
  • Heirloom seed variety (Grosse Lisse).
  • Seeds per gram: Approx. 320.
  • We do not ship to WA or Tasmania due to quarantine restrictions.