Vigorous, easy-to-grow plant producing bumper globe-shaped fruit
Growing and consuming your own vegetables is about the best thing you can do for your health, and the health of the planet. We’re thrilled and just a little bit skitey to bring you our very own heritage range of seeds prepared by the good people at Egmont Seeds in Taranaki to thrive in New Zealand growing conditions.
Each packet contains 30 seeds. Store seeds in a cool, dark place.
When to sow: Spring and summer after frost danger has passed. Can be sown earlier indoors (with plenty of light) or under glass.
Where to grow: Sheltered, well-drained site in full sun. Can be sown in trays for transplanting.
How to sow: Sow seeds 2cm apart and cover with 5mm of firmed soil.
Care: Keep seedbed evenly moist during germination period (approximately 14 days).
Ready to eat: Approximately 110 days.
Tips: Tomatoes prefer a warm climate with ample spacing to encourage high yields. In spring it will take eight weeks to grow a plant ready for transplanting; 5 weeks in summer. A daytime temperature of at least 18oC is required. Avoid wetting foliage during watering.
Bicycles, tricycles and e-bikes
We deliver our bicycles all over Aotearoa New Zealand ourselves for a few reasons; we like to ensure your bicycle arrives in perfect condition and we also want you to be able to ride it immediately. We set your seat and handlebar height so you can ride comfortably and we listen and respond to any questions you have. We like to ensure we are minimising our fuel use and pollution so we like to schedule the most efficient delivery plan possible. That’s why it may take a month or two to get your bicycle to you. Please check our Delivery page for more information and to view our next scheduled delivery to your area.
We will despatch your purchase the same day or next day and we will email you courier tracking information so you know exactly where your package is. We try, wherever possible, to use recycled or compostable packaging. For all orders, we charge $9.90 towards the cost of the courier.