Tomato Seeds

There’s nothing like the taste of sweet, juicy home grown tomatoes. One of our most popular species, they are very versatile, making wonderful additions to a wide range of dishes plus they are incredibly easy to grow from seed.

Determinate varieties are often called 'bush' tomatoes and are usually grown outside rather than in the greenhouse. They have a lax, sprawling habit and can be grown either direct in the soil (a little straw under the ripening fruit will help keep them clean) or in containers. Some have been bred specially for hanging baskets. Fruits tend to be small to medium, but often ripen earlier than varieties bred mainly for greenhouse growing. The plants do not require any help other than watering and feeding.

Indeterminate (cordon) varieties are often called 'greenhouse' tomatoes, but this is a little misleading, as most will also produce a good crop outside in a favourable position. Their growth needs to be controlled by providing the plants with support, either from canes or wires, pinching out sideshoots so energy is not wasted on unnecessary growth, and pinching out the growing tip when five or six trusses (bunches) have set.

There’s nothing like the taste of sweet, juicy home grown tomatoes. One of our most popular species, they are very versatile, making wonderful additions to a wide range of dishes plus they are incredibly easy to grow from seed.

Determinate varieties are often called 'bush' tomatoes and are usually grown outside rather than in the greenhouse. They have a lax, sprawling habit and can be grown either direct in the soil (a little straw under the ripening fruit will help keep them clean) or in containers. Some have been bred specially for hanging baskets. Fruits tend to be small to medium, but often ripen earlier than varieties bred mainly for greenhouse growing. The plants do not require any help other than watering and feeding.

Indeterminate (cordon) varieties are often called 'greenhouse' tomatoes, but this is a little misleading, as most will also produce a good crop outside in a favourable position. Their growth needs to be controlled by providing the plants with support, either from canes or wires, pinching out sideshoots so energy is not wasted on unnecessary growth, and pinching out the growing tip when five or six trusses (bunches) have set.

60 products

20 Seeds
£0.99
Item Code: 16801
Eye-catching, great flavour
50 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 12434
Heirloom, plentiful fruits
100 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 19235
Classic Italian sun-dried type
75 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 10552
Seed for 75 plants
£2.15
Item Code: 15298
Delicious and very sweet.
10 Seeds
£2.40
Item Code: 27334
Produces Fruits up to 500g Each!
10 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 35197
10 Seeds
£2.80
Item Code: 28409
10 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 25464
One of the very best in trials
10 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 25463
Sorry, now sold out.
10 Seeds
£2.80
Item Code: 28408
150 Seeds
£2.80
Item Code: 23247
Exclusive to Mr Fothergill's!
10 Seeds
£2.80
Item Code: 32585
Beefsteak type weighing up to 450g
10 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 23268
Good Blight Resistance!
10 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 35196
Sorry, now sold out.
15 Seeds
£3.10
Item Code: 23253
Perfect size for a burger bun
10 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 24685
10 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 25460
10 Seeds
£4.25
Item Code: 11844
75 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 15310
Blight tolerant
15 Seeds
£3.60
Item Code: 17066
Sorry, now sold out.
Reliable favourite
75 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 16217
Prolific and tasty
50 Seeds
£2.15
Item Code: 15642
Sorry, now sold out.
Very tasty 'plum' tomatoes
100 Seeds
£1.85
Item Code: 12287