PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN EARLY ORDER LISTING FOR PLUG PLANTS
Plants are available for dispatch from week 12 commencing the 19th March, 2018 onwards.
Orders placed will be charged Orders placed will be charged at the time of ordering and will be dispatched on your selected DISPATCH WEEK
Please Note multiple Plug Plants Orders must be shipped on the same Week Commencing date! or additional shipping charges will accrue.
Plant Count: 3
We are offering Three (3) Ramblin Red Stripe Tomato plug plants ready for potting on and growing on in frost free greenhouse or on sunny windowsill ready for planting out as soon as last frosts have passed
Vigorous well known trailing variety for reliably producing heavy crops. Large trusses of medium-sized fruit. Suitable for latge baskets with attractive red and green striped fruits an essential element of your summer salads!
This is an indeterminate variety best grown as a cordon (vine).
Plant out in large pots, growing bags, or into a soil border at 45cm (18") spacing. Pinch out side shoots regularly and when in flower tap or shake plants daily to aid setting.
For growing in unheated greenhouses, Plant late April-early May. Harvest mid August-mid October.
Grow on at 60°f minimum.
Harvest mid August-mid October. Standard varieties: Support with stakes or canes. Pinch out the main growth when four good trusses have set. Remove side shoots. Support is essential, but short stakes will help control the plants and keep fruit clean.
When plug plants arrive transplant into individual 7.5cm (3") pots of compost and grow on at a minimum temperature of 15C (59F).
When plants are well grown, transplant into baskets and containers. If the plant is suited for growing outdoors when all risk of frost has passed gradually acclimatise them to outdoor conditions over 7 - 10 days before positioning baskets outdoors in a sheltered position in full sun once all frost risk has passed.
Suitable for the vegetable garden, allotments and containers.
Be prepared to water well and supplement feed with high-potash feed during season. Regular feeding is recommended.