One of the most common varieties of Italian Plum tomatoes, the fruits are of a good size and shape and are a magnificent Red in colour.
The tomatoes are a base ingredient for many italian dishes.
Sow the seeds from March – May in a good quality seed compost and cover lightly (appx 2 – 3 mm) with vermiculite or compost.
Keep the compost moist but not water logged.
Germination will take between 1 – 2 weeks at minimum 16 Deg C
Once the seedlings are large enough to handle carefully prick them out and re pot into 3″ pots.
These can be grown on until late may June and then planted either outside once all risk of frost has gone or kept in a cool greenhouse.
This variety is Indeterminate which means it will keep growing until killed off.