Sub Category - NewGipps Vegetable Flower Herb seeds and Bulbs

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TOMATO RED FRUITED BUSH TYPES

VEGETABLE SEEDS

Normally neither staked nor pruned.

aussie-red

1961: Aussie Red

Sturdy bushes that donít require staking. Fruit flattened, quite large and ribbed. Excellent taste. Early maturing, it performs well under cool conditions.

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burnley-gem

1938: Burnley Gem (new!)

0pen pollinated determinate variety.with resistance to Fusarium Wilt. Plants to 60 cm. Early maturing. Fruit round, 5 to 7 cm.

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ky1

1951: KY1

An old favourite with vigorous non staking bushes. The flattened fruit are borne in profusion. Early maturing with excellent flavour.

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patio-op

1919: Patio OP

Open Pollinated. Excellent mid size fruit on compact plants. Ideal for containers and small gardens. Requires no staking. Fruit typically 85g - 113g. Matures approx 70 days from transplanting.

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roma-vf

1952: Roma VF

Prolific pear-shaped fruit ideal for bottling or general use. Resistant to Fusarium and Verticillium Wilt.

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siberian

1928: Siberian

Capable of producing fruit in short season situations. Bush vigorous. Fruit medium, round and red. Packets only.

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