Tomato San Marzano- Grafted Plants

Marshalls

£9.99

Catalogue Code: 1080-7011

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Plant these Tomato San Marzano Grafted Plants in pots in a greenhouse to give them all they need before planting out. You’ll not believe the quality of these amazing crops of tasty, fresh and healthy produce.

Key Features

  • Perfect for pots and containers
  • Disease resistant
  • Prefers full sun

Pack Contents: 3x 7cm Grafted Tomato Plants

Description

The classic Italian plum tomato, used all over the world for making sauces, especially Passata due to it’s dry and meaty nature. This prolific tomato will grow in a greenhouse as well as outside and is quick to ripen and crops over a long period.

Grafted Tomato Plants For Stronger Plants, Higher Yields and Greater Disease Resistance Many of us have small gardens with growing space at a premium which may mean that we can't rotate crops as we would like.

Grafting combines a hardy base plant highly resistant to soilborne disease, grafted onto a variety with superior flavoured fruit. Grafted stems are held together with a clip until the cell structures knit together producing a strong disease resistant plant. Enabling you to plant in the same spot year after year.

Grafted Tomatoes have been grown commercially for many years because they:

Are much more vigorous, producing larger, stronger plants

Are less susceptible to nutritional disorders Have greater resistance to pests and diseases

Produce fruit earlier (by 2-3 weeks)

Give higher yields of top quality fruit over a longer period compared with normal plants

Are particularly recommended for greenhouse growing, especially if planted directly into the soil.

You will be amazed as the plants reach their full potential and produce amazingly healthy plants and bumper crops of delicious tomatoes.

When you receive your tomato plants by post, water lightly, then plant them up in small pots. If the stem tip is bent, rest assured, it will quickly right itself when exposed to daylight to grow straight and upright. Read our blog for more information on why tomato plants do this.

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