I will be starting to sow the 2020 crop starting with Peppers and Aubergines next weekend (29/12) so please place your orders as soon as possible to avoid the need for delays and substitutions to your order.
I may well stop taking orders very early in 2020 compared to previous years to avoid the last minute deluge that’s caused the problems every year since I started so if you think there is plenty of time to order there might not be !!
Ordering for 2020
From now on my tomato website shop will not be visible to the general public or search engines.
After a very difficult 2019 I have decided to take a big step back from growing and do it as a much smaller niche business to a limited amount of Tomato enthusiasts so if thats you then why not sign up today to join this exclusive membership club where you will have access to over 700 tomato varieties and 400 other veg varieties of Peppers, Chillies, Aubergines, Courgettes, Cucumbers, Melons, Marrows, Summer Squash, Winter Squash, Pumpkins and Watermelons so I have plenty to choose from
Membership is just £5 a year and there will be other benefits to membership over time
So Why not Join and Order Today @ http://bit.ly/TomatoClubMembership numbers will be limited so if you want in join NOW !!
To Join the membership and access the shop click Here
Read this Bit if you plan to order other plants as well
I will still do all the other similar grown veg as before for you But It is not possible to have some of the items ready for very early orders So Please when you place your orders can you order your Tomatoes, Peppers and Aubergines and also herbs (except Basil, Coriander and Dill) together if ordering for delivery before late April and order your Basil, Coriander, Dill, Cucumbers, Courgettes, Marrows, Melons, Squash and Pumpkins seperately for delivery late April onwards. That way your Tomato orders won’t be held up waiting for the later items which I never sow before Mid-late April.
All my plants are grown in Organic wool and bracken compost which is the best compost I have ever used and the plants are grown in 6cm coir pots although I may have to do them in 9cm Plastic pots next year as they didn’t perform as well in the coir ones this year (depending on the plants – See below for more info on this.)
Not sure if you have the knowledge ? I have that covered too pre-sign up now for my Tomato growing course coming soon or join my facebook advice group
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I also Sell Herbs, Aubergines, Courgettes, Cucumbers, Marrows, Melons, Summer and Winter Sqaush, Pumpkins, Chilli Peppers and Sweet Peppers These can all be found on the Buy Plants Now drop down menu above
As well as a few Sundries direct from me and a good range of other sundries available via Me from Amazon
All of my tomatoes are grown in wool compost which is made from a mix of Bracken, Wool and Horse manure by a company in the lake district.
The wool slow releases Nitrogen and Bracken slow releases Potash meaning the plants need very little feeding during the season. I warn you its not cheap but the results are stunning and what you spend on the compost you will gain back in using less if any at all liquid feeding throughout the season and increased yields.
Most tomatoes are grown and shipped in 6cm coir pots when the plants are at an early stage they are sent in blister packs made from recycled plastic that can be recycled again later in the season,
When the plants are larger they are sent wrapped in corrugated card Cucumbers and Courgettes are also shipped in 6cm coir pots or a jumbo plug the same size as the 6cm pots,
The herbs, Peppers and Aubergines are all grown and sold in 9cm pots or I may do them in 8cm Coir Pots this year as well as all the dwarf/patio tomato varieties