Best grown as a cordon in a greenhouse, 'Sutton' produces ivory to pale yellow fruits that are slightly flattened and weigh 175-225g. Unlike most white tomatoes, 'Sutton' has a fresh, fruity flavour with creamy flesh, perfect for adding interest to salads and sandwiches. Plants are very productive and will need to be harvested regularly in the height of the season. These attractive, large tomatoes are a real talking point in the garden and are sure to impress friends and family alike. Harvest August-September. Height 150-200cm (59-79"); spread 50-60cm (20-24").
Saved from extinction by Garden Organics' Heritage Seed Library and Dobies. Grown in accordance with Garden Organics' 'Principles of Organic Gardening.
Dobies have worked closely with the Heritage Seed Library to help make sure this very rare, white-fruited beefsteak tomato can be enjoyed for years to come. During 2018, Dobies (as a seed guardian for the Heritage Seed library) took on the task of growing 'Sutton' tomatoes to increase the amount of seed the charity would have to send to its members. The plants grew amazingly well and produced thousands of seeds enabling us to offer a limited number of plants for sale. You won't find this variety for sale anywhere else and numbers are strictly limited, so to ensure you have the chance to grow this unique variety, we recommend you pre-order your plants early.
Greenhouse, Glass House or Home:True
Prefers Full Sun:True