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    26 January 2014

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Choose from tasty cherry tomato seeds to the beefy marglobe tomato seeds.

Tomato Tondo Piccolo Ibrido Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-70294
Weight: 25g

More than 10 available now

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Tomato Red Cherry Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7696
Weight: 25g

1 available now

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Tomato Red Cherry Lilliput Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7233
Weight: 25g

5 available now

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Tomato St Pierre Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7691
Weight: 25g

Not available

Tomato San Marzano Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7103
Weight: 25g

2 available now

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Tomato Costoluto Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7108
Weight: 25g

5 available now

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Tomato Rio Grande Perini Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7544
Weight: 25g

5 available now

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Tomato Golden Boy Seeds

£3.50

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7545
Weight: 25g

4 available now

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Tomato Cuor di Bue Seeds

£2.95

Size (cm):
Ref: TW-7695
Weight: 25g

9 available now

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Italian Tomato Seeds

Choose from tasty cherry tomato seeds to the beefy marglobe tomato seeds.
About

We have tried to offer a selection of tomatoes that are easy to grow for the novice, or for those of us who don't have a greenhouse, but still want to grow our own toms.

Choose from Red Cherry tomatoes, the delicious Lilliput Cherry tomatoes or Tondo Ibrido tomatoes, all are happy to be grown outside, and look great in tubs as well as in the vegetable garden.

Principe Borghese are vine Tomatoes & Costoluto Fiorentino are cordon Tomatoes so we would recommend growing these with strong rods/supports.

The big beef tomatoes, such as the Costoluto or the St Pierre, will perform better under glass or in protected sun trap areas.

There are lots of seeds in the packets, so it is easy to practice without the worry of using all the seeds up in one go.

If there is an item which is not available and you wish to order it please contact us by email or phone 0345 6052505.

Product Specification

Easy to grow Italian seeds.

More than 100 seeds in each packet.

Instructions on how to grow the seeds are on the back of the packet.

Just follow the blue diagrammatic instructions.

Delivery Information

Availability

Check lead times below the item price. This item will normally be despatched from that date in accordance with your delivery choice. We will contact you if there is any unexpected delay to this estimate.

We do apologise for this and hope that some time in the future to be able to resume our normal services.

Costs

• Standard UK P&P £3.95 (small orders).
• UK Express Delivery £6.50
• Other delivery options available, at the checkout stage, including FREE click and collect.
• See Delivery FAQ's for more information.
• Please note the order cut off times for next day and weekend deliveries (generally noon).

Overseas Delivery including Northern Ireland

PLEASE NOTE - Due to Brexit related restrictions on certain items, unfortunately, we can no longer send our seeds or kits containing seeds outside of mainland UK, (including Northern Ireland) without incurring huge additional costs. Our software will not at, this point, allow us to stop an order placed for Northern Ireland, so we will endeavour to contact you if you do. The fact that these seeds originate from the EU in the first place seems not to matter. Don't blame us we didn't vote for it!

Returns

For full information on returns see here.

Delivery Restrictions
  • Australia
  • EIRE
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United States
Customer Reviews
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(2)
  • by Trusted Customer
    15 January 2018

    Can't wait to grow these. Staff were knowled… read more

  • by Trusted Customer
    26 January 2014

    I have found that "piccolo" is used by some … read more

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