Tomato Ferline F1 Hybrid Thompson & Morgan

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Tomato Ferline F1 Hybrid Thompson & Morgan

£3.69

Declared one of the most delicious tomato varieties, the ‘Ferline’ produces heavy crops of deep red fruits that can be up to 150gm in weight.

They have a good resistance to Verticillum and Fusarium Wilt, and they grow vigorously with an excellent flavour. They will thrive if grown in a kitchen garden or greenhouse, but may also be grown outdoors.

For greenhouse cultivation, sow your seeds from February to March. If you are planning on growing your seeds outdoors, sow from March to April.

Sow your seeds on the surface of good quality, free-draining, moist, seed sowing mix and cover with a thin layer of compost or vermiculite. Place your trays in a propagator at a temperature of 15 – 20C until after germination which can take up to 14 days. When your seedlings have 2 true leaves, transplant them into 7.5cm pots individually and grow on at a temperature of 15C.

If growing in a heated greenhouse, transplant at the end of May, or once the first flowers show if earlier. Allow 3 plants per growbag, 1 per25cm pot or directly into greenhouse soil.

If growing outdoors wait until there is no risk of frost. Acclimatise your plants to outdoor conditions for up to 10 days before planting out in early June, when your plants are at least 20cm tall. Plant in a sheltered but sunny location at a distance of 60cm apart. Use a cane to support them as they grow, tying the main stems with soft garden twine.

Height: 200cm

Spread: 50cm

Harvest Time: July,August,September

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Declared one of the most delicious tomato varieties, the ‘Ferline’ produces heavy crops of deep red fruits that can be up to 150gm in weight.

They have a good resistance to Verticillum and Fusarium Wilt, and they grow vigorously with an excellent flavour. They will thrive if grown in a kitchen garden or greenhouse, but may also be grown outdoors.

For greenhouse cultivation, sow your seeds from February to March. If you are planning on growing your seeds outdoors, sow from March to April.

Sow your seeds on the surface of good quality, free-draining, moist, seed sowing mix and cover with a thin layer of compost or vermiculite. Place your trays in a propagator at a temperature of 15 – 20C until after germination which can take up to 14 days. When your seedlings have 2 true leaves, transplant them into 7.5cm pots individually and grow on at a temperature of 15C.

If growing in a heated greenhouse, transplant at the end of May, or once the first flowers show if earlier. Allow 3 plants per growbag, 1 per25cm pot or directly into greenhouse soil.

If growing outdoors wait until there is no risk of frost. Acclimatise your plants to outdoor conditions for up to 10 days before planting out in early June, when your plants are at least 20cm tall. Plant in a sheltered but sunny location at a distance of 60cm apart. Use a cane to support them as they grow, tying the main stems with soft garden twine.

Height: 200cm

Spread: 50cm

Harvest Time: July,August,September