From Matchbox: One of my favourite tomatoes over the years. Renamed in 1976, originally known as Ruby Gold. This variety displays vigorous growth and above average yield for such a large tomato, fruit can weigh up to 2 lbs each. Lovely appearance with yellow orange shoulders and a blush bottom that shows through out the centre of the tomato when sliced. Flavour is a perfect balance of sugar and acid, making this a wonderful fresh eating tomato. Great for tomato salad, or simply on a piece of bread with your favourite cheese. Indeterminate.
Days to maturity: 90
Seeds per pack: 25 seeds
Germination Rate: 97%
**********If seeds are on sale, it is because they are from a previous season**********
Crisp emerald green outer leaves and sweet flavour make this heritage variety a popular salad choice. Attractive uniformly shaped heads average 25 cm tall. Good resistance to bolting and tolerance to tip burn.
Long, uniform, yellow pole beans. This variety reaches up to 7ft tall and produces sweet, stringless wax beans over a long harvest period. Beans hold well on the vine. We are able to run 2 good harvests each week during peak production. A great addition to the garden fro both colour and flavour.
Days to Maturity: 70
Germination Rate: 98%
*******If seeds are on sale, it is because they are from a previous season***********
This heirloom Japanese green is well known in culinary circles. Vigorous high yielding plants are loaded with broad, light green, deeply serrated leaves highlighted with distinctive white ribs. This variety is more heat tolerant than many greens and will resist bolting.