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Tomato Cream Sausage Seeds, packet contents 20 seeds

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Tomato Cream Sausage produces creamy yellow, elongated sausage shaped fruits. This is a hertiage variety and has very good flavour.

A bush type that grows slightly taller than most, so will probably need support.

Tomato Cream Sausage Sowing Guidelines
When to Sow Seeds: March to May
Germination Temperature: 18C +
Cover Seed: Lightly
Time to Germinate: 7 Days
Frost Hardy: No
Spacing Between Plants: 50cm
Growth Habit: Cordon
Plant Height: 160cm

 

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Customer Reviews
Tomato Cream Sausage
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3 Reviews:

Interesting
Rating:
29 August 2021  |  Jane

Last year the fruits were very slow to ripen. We picked quite a lot of stems and took them away with us on a boat and matured them over 3 or 4 weeks. This year they're ripening with everything else. They're an interesting shape and colour.


Beautiful but flawed
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17 September 2020  |  Robert

First off this is a good tasting tomato and a good looking one too. Looks fantastic in the greenhouse and on the plate. It's long and slender with a definite point at the end.
However its a weak and feeble plant that for me grew only half the size of other varieties I grew this year. Yield was OK, but nothing fantastic. I found the fruits prone to rotting from the pointed end too. About 15% of them had to be thrown away.
Probably not one to try again.


Tomato Cream Sausage
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29 November 2013  |  William

I like growing unusual tomatoes and this certainly fits the bill