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Indeterminate tomatoes

Indeterminate tomatoes are tall growing, cordon types whose main stem and the side shoots they produce can grow on almost indefinitely. To keep the plants under control, the side shoots should be regularly pinched out, leaving only the main stem to develop. These in turn need staking or trellising to keep them upright and off the ground. 

Other factors to consider when deciding which tomato variety to grow are:
• Fruit shape and size: standard/classic, small (cherry, mini plum, cocktail), beefsteak, miscellaneous.

• Fruit colour: Unripe tomatoes are green. As they ripen the fruit will change colour to red, yellow, orange, "black" and another shade of green.
• Fruit flavour: Sweetness and tartness are the dominant features of taste in tomatoes, but other volatile compounds contribute to both the aroma and flavour that make tomatoes what they are.

For information about growing tomatoes click here.
For more information about how to choose which tomato variety to buy click here

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Indeterminate ( aka cordon)

Snowberry

An early variety producing small, light yellow and juicy, pleasantly-flavoured fruit.

Fruit type: small

Price: £2.00

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Speckled Roman

An exceptional cooking tomato with striped yellow and red, thick fleshed fruit.

Indeterminate. Fruit type: large plum

Price: £2.20

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Steak Sandwich

A beefsteak tomato producing respectable yields of large fruit.

Fruit type: beefsteak.

Price: £2.50

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Sun Belle

A really nice golden tomato that is highly rated for both texture and taste.

Fruit type: small

Price: £2.20

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Sungold

Very sweet, gold-coloured cherry tomato. Highly recommended.

Indeterminate.

Price: £2.50

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Sweet Apertif

A popular tomato that consistently gets glowing reviews for its high quality.

Fruit type: small

Price: £2.50

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