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Tomato 'Indigo Apple' - 3 x 9cm Plants

Marshalls

Catalogue Code: 1080-6170

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An unusual cordon type producing cherry tomatoes with near-black skins and red flesh with a delicious sweet flavour. The dark skins are packed with antioxidants. Early-ripening and with good disease resistance.

Key Features

  • Perfect for pots and containers
  • Prefers full sun

Pack Contents: 3 x 9cm Potted Plants

Description

  • Unusual new variety
  • Dark colour develops in direct sunlight
  • Best grown in a greenhouse, outside if in a very warm and sunny location

As the fruits grow the colour changes, the more sunlight the darker the colour and only the parts of the fruit in the sun get the dark colour which can mean you get multi-tonal tomatoes. Leave on the vine for as long as possible for the flavour to develop and maximise sweetness.

Add some interest to your salads with this new cross-bred variety.

Water regularly and consistently in mornings or evenings, or both mornings and evenings during particularly warm spells. Feed with a liquid fertiliser high in potash when the first flowers form.

Delivery

Delivery to outside of the UK

As of the 9th of December 2020 we are currently unable to deliver any live goods or seeds from 1st January 2021 to non-mainland UK delivery addresses pending agreement following Brexit. This includes Europe, Channel Islands, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, USA and Rest of World. We will update our website if this changes.