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Saturday, 30 September 2017 | David
I have 5 plants growing outside and they have done extremely well. they're still producing, October tomorrow, but the rain has not helped as they now split as soon as they're ripe so i'm harvesting slightly early and putting them on a windowsill. i'll definitely put several in the greenhouse next year. very sweet taste!
Sunday, 26 February 2017 | Alastair
For 10 years I grew early long-season heated tomatoes professionally, 12 acres of greenhouses,120,000 plants a year. Now I only have a small greenhouse this is the only variety I grow. Tried everything else, but this is unbeatable still.
Sunday, 28 February 2016 | Frances
Last year I grew just this one, sungold, and have no regrets. It is harder to grow huge crop here in far north of England, but I sunk 3 plants in pots into the garden last summer and lifted them in September and they continued fruiting in the conservatory till November.
Friday, 21 August 2015 | Stephen
Best tomato just to use as a sweet snack at work or for the kids. Great taste with no tough skins.
Sunday, 15 February 2015 | Mike
I have to say since trying these cherry tomatoes some years back I have had to completely rethink what a good tomato tastes like, these are sublime, sweet juicy and if you're like me they won't make it to the kitchen...gardeners perks!
Blight resistant, delicious toms
Thursday, 8 January 2015 | Philip
Grew these last year, and despite late planting they still cropped heavily. Alternative variety in pots grown directly adjacent to Sungold got late blight, but these were completely unaffected!
Monday, 15 December 2014 | Andrew
Easily the sweetest and tastiest cherry-type tomatoes I've grown and eaten over the last 10 years. Our kids & their friends eat them like sweets. Added bonus of being a heavy cropper and one of the least susceptible to blight
Delicious, productive, slug resistant
Sunday, 2 November 2014 | M
I've tried about 10 varieties in the last couple of years, Sungold definitely the best. The kids (and I) eat them instantly in vast quantities. The slugs hardly seem to touch them (despite feasting on other neighbouring varieties)
Delicious and full of flavour
Saturday, 1 March 2014 | Jodie
I like Sungold better than any other variety I've grown - I'm not even going to bother with other varieties any more because they always disappoint when compared to Sungold.
Unanamous favourite with the whole family
Sunday, 12 January 2014 | Andrew
Every year I grow a few different varieties alongside Sungold to see if I can find a better variety. Over the last 12 years or so I've probably tried 40 - 50 other varieties. A few have come close but so far nothing has beaten it for sweetness and sheer deliciousness! It's the number one favourite with the whole family - unanimously.
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