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Sweet and Savoury Fruits Perfect for Containers and Small Space Growing!

It’s finally here! A great tasting, compact, bush tomato with flavour that you can grow from seed! Discover more sweet and savoury fruits below…

Veranda Red F1

Code: 18 25 11
Sow: Late February – April

The dwarf tomato with big flavour!

Compared to other dwarf tomato varieties, the Veranda Red has the most delicately sweet flavour – it’s sweet and juicy just like a vine tomato you would grow in a greenhouse and is proving very popular in taste tests. So it comes to no surprise that this variety was loved by Carol Klein at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show 2019 and you’re sure to love it too!

Great Breeding!

Introduced as a new tomato variety in plants for 2020, we are now thrilled to offer this variety for you to grow from seed!

Veranda Red comes with great credentials, British bred by the man who created tomatoes ‘Red Alert’ and ‘Tumbler’ and took a staggering 15 years to perfect. But it was well worth the wait as it comes without compromise – an incredibly sweet tasting and productive it produces up to 75 fruit per plant!

With the addition of good resistance to Fusarium, Verticillium and some resistance to late blight too this is sure to be a winner in all gardens this year – regardless of the growers’ experience levels.

Versatile and easy to grow!

Early ripening from mid-July, this tomato plant will produce up to 75 juicy, 12-16g fruit. Ideal for small pots, baskets or any containers makes it a great variety for small space growing and perfect on the patio too!

Other new fruits for patio growing include…

Suttons have a fantastic range of sweet and savoury fruits. First up, we’d like to present berries of the mountain to fill your garden with flavour and tantalise the taste buds!

Mountain Cranberry

Code: 17 91 78
Sow: September – February

Get baking with this Nordic Favourite!

Mountain Cranberry – produces bright red, juicy fruit with a tart, lip-smacking taste. It is traditionally used in Nordic countries for juices, jams and baking, or sauces for pancakes and meatballs.

This low growing, acid-loving evergreen, just 15cm tall, fits perfectly into containers and window boxes. It also makes attractive, edible underplanting around plants like blueberries.

Wild Blueberry

Code: 17 91 77
Sow: Late February – April

Perfect for sweet treats!

Wild Blueberry – is darker than American blueberries, pretty pink-purple inside and is great for bringing flavour to small spaces. Just 30cm tall, it is perfect for containers or window boxes and thrives in acidic conditions. Slow growing and self-fertile, ensures maximum cropping in minimal space for years.

Savour that irresistible blueberry flavour in jams, juice, smoothies or pies. Packed with goodness they’re Just the thing for a healthy start to the day, add to your overnight oats or a handful will make a super food snack in a lunchbox.

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