Tomato Seeds

We have a fantastic range of tomato seeds, so you can grow your own tasty varieties at home. We've got a great range to choose from. Looking for cherry tomatoes? Try our Apero collection. Alternatively, our Faworyt selection is perfect for growing beefsteak tomatoes. Whatever kind of tomato you want, we’re confident we’ll have something to suit. Check out our full range of tomato seeds below and for other salad ingredients, check out our lettuce, onion and cucumber seeds.

We have a fantastic range of tomato seeds, so you can grow your own tasty varieties at home. We've got a great range to choose from. Looking for cherry tomatoes? Try our Apero collection. Alternatively, our Faworyt selection is perfect for growing beefsteak tomatoes. Whatever kind of tomato you want, we’re confident we’ll have something to suit. Check out our full range of tomato seeds below and for other salad ingredients, check out our lettuce, onion and cucumber seeds.

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What makes our Tomato seeds special?

You can’t beat the taste of a fresh tomato picked from the vine and grown from seed from the veg patch or allotment. This plot to plate achievement is one which will ignite a passion for growing that will last a lifetime. It's a difficult feeling to describe, the wonder of starting a Tomato plant from something as small as a seed right through to having your first homegrown Tomato Salad. What gives it a little more to think about too, is the amount of tomato varieties available to you to choose from.

Whatever shape or size of your garden, or where you plan to grow your tomatoes, there is a variety which can work for you. From Heritage tomato seed varieties, Tomatoes for patios, containers or small garden spaces to traditional Corden varieties. We are constantly developing our range and looking for tomato seeds for all tastes and growing conditions.

When to plant tomato seeds?

Tomatoes are super easy to grow, they just take some consideration. Plant your Tomato seeds in a heated propagator in early spring. About 6 weeks before the last frost date.

How to Grow Tomato plants from seed?

Some handy tips will bring the perfect potato from plot to plate in no time, because giving your seeds a good strong start in life is half the battle.

  • In early spring start Tomato seeds in a heated propagator in a decent organic seed compost, don't skimp on this.
  • Check your tomato seeds each morning to make sure the soil is damp, not soaking, damp.
  • Young plants also benefit from being stroked as this toughens them up and makes for a stronger, stockier plant.
  • As we come to the end of the spring start airing the Tomatoes seedlings, placing them outside during the day in the fresh air but protecting them at night.
  • By late May it’s time to plant out in their final position for the summer. Give them a good feed with Seed-weed or Tomato feed liquid, little and often, every few weeks for the first two months.

Make sure you give them space and the air can circulate and once you start to see the tomato flowers, pinch out and greenside shoots with your finger-tips. A final boost with a top dress on the soils around your plant with a few Comfrey pellets will put you well on the way to fruitful Tomatoes all the way from July to the first frosts. Read our full guide on growing tomatoes from seed.

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