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Tomato - Tomme Toe

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Solanum lycopersicum

Tomme Toe tomato seeds allow growers to raise a tomato variety known for its compact size and steady yield.

When planted, these seeds result in small, bite-sized tomatoes with a rich flavour, suitable for a range of culinary uses.

Tomme Toe tomatoes prefer sunny, warm settings but can adjust to cooler climates

Fruit grows to 3-3.5cm in diameter.

35 heirloom seeds

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Description

Solanum lycopersicum

Tomme Toe tomato seeds allow growers to raise a tomato variety known for its compact size and steady yield.

When planted, these seeds result in small, bite-sized tomatoes with a rich flavour, suitable for a range of culinary uses.

Tomme Toe tomatoes prefer sunny, warm settings but can adjust to cooler climates with the right care. They're also resilient against many standard tomato pests and diseases.

In the kitchen, Tomme Toe tomatoes are ideal for salads, snacks, or garnishes because of their size and taste. They're packed with vitamins A and C, as well as other beneficial nutrients.

For the best growth, these seeds should be planted in nutrient-filled soil and positioned in a place with 6-8 hours of sunlight each day. As the plants mature, they may benefit from some form of support. Regular watering is essential, with an aim to keep the soil consistently moist but not drenched.

Fruit grows to 3-3.5cm in diameter.

35 heirloom seeds

Sowing Information

Plant Type: Annual
Sow When: Temperate: August - October
                   Subtropical: August - October
                   Tropical: May - July
Sow Where: Direct or Trays
Sow Depth: 6mm
Germination: 5-10 days 
Position: Full Sun
Plant Spacing: 50cm
Row Spacing: 75cm
Plant Height: 200cm
Harvest: 70-100 days

Climate Zone

The image below will help you determine which climate zone you are in, and allow you to choose the best varieties for your area.

Australia-climate-map MJC01

Martyman, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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David Fearnside
A bit different to some rubbish breed tomato seeds. Learning curve.

A little slow starting to get to transplant size, that may well be 'an operator problem', After transplant they sat and sulked for about 10 days...now they are off and going very well.....Yes, I will be planting them again next year