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TOMATO - Cherry Cocktail

TOMATO - Cherry Cocktail

OP Open Pollinated
HL Heirloom

(90 seeds)

Regular price $3.95
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Disease resistant vines producing heave yields.

A tall and prolific fruiter. Clusters of 25mm super sweet tasting red fruit appear along the vine. These plants are a favourite with kids and Read More

A tall and prolific fruiter. Clusters of 25mm super sweet tasting red fruit appear along the vine. These plants are a favourite with kids and are very disease resistant.

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Days to Harvest

72 days

Position/Sunlight

Full Sun

Watering

Medium

Plant Spacing

60-100cm

Plant Height

1.5-2m

Additional Features

Beds, Containers, Edible, Heirloom, Vines and Climbers

  • Product Details

    Common Name: TOMATO - Cherry Cocktail

    Seeds Per Packet: Approx 90

    Days to Harvest: 72 days

    Watering: Medium

    Plant Spacing: 60-100cm

    Row Spacing: 60sm

    Companion Plants: Marigolds are said to repel white fly and root knot nematode. Basil tastes great with tomato and is said to increase tomato yields when planted within 30cm whilst also repels flies and mosquitos.

    Additional Features: Beds, Containers, Edible, Heirloom, Vines and Climbers

    Scientific Name: Lycopersicon esculentum

    Germination Time: 7-14 days

    Position/Sunlight: Full Sun

    Plant Height: 1.5-2m

    Cool/Mountain Sow: Oct-Dec

    Arid Sow: Jul-Mar

    Temperate Sow: All Year

    Sub-Tropical Sow: Jul-Mar

    Tropical Sow: All Year

  • Growing Information

    How to Sow

    Tomatoes are best sown in trays about 6-8 weeks prior to the last frost. Sow seeds about 5mm deep and keep the soil temperature to about 20 celcius until germination. Once the plants have grown their second leaves the seedlings can be transplanted into larger individual pots. Keep the tomato seedlings in a warm sunny position and maintain moisture levels. When planting out, position the plants so that soil covers the entire stem up to the first leaves. This will increase root development and ensure a healthy strong plant. Plants should be placed in full sun and rich soil.

    How to Harvest

    Tomatoes ripened on the vine will be ready once they show their mature colour. The fruits can also be squeezed and should yield slightly when ripe. If frost occurs and temperatures drop late in the season all tomatoes can be picked. Tomatoes that do not ripen on the vine can be ripened indoors by being placed in a warm place out or direct sun.

  • Reviews

    3 reviews For TOMATO - Cherry Cocktail

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
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    Roger Hobson
    Honey Bee - The Germinator

    I purchased my seeds early so as not to miss out. As with all seeds, I germinate them using a bottom heat pad. Of all the tomato varieties sown in the tray the Honey Bee was first up. From there the tray was placed in a mini greenhouse and when four leaves appeared potted up into small pots and returned to the greenhouse to develop a strong root system. Once that had occurred the smallish seedlings were again potted up to a larger pot and remained outdoors to harden off.
    The Honey Bee plants have now moved into converted rubbish bins and are growing by the minute, still receiving regular doses of liquid fertiliser. As I have never grown this variety before the end result is uncertain but judging on their present growth pattern I’m sure they will produce the fruits for many a salad.

    M
    Mark O.

    this review has no content

    T
    Tony R.

    Not so good, not sure had a very low seedling growth rate

How to Sow

Tomatoes are best sown in trays about 6-8 weeks prior to the last frost. Sow seeds about 5mm deep and keep the soil temperature to about 20 celcius until germination. Once the plants have grown their second leaves the seedlings can be transplanted into larger individual pots. Keep the tomato seedlings in a warm sunny position and maintain moisture levels. When planting out, position the plants so that soil covers the entire stem up to the first leaves. This will increase root development and ensure a healthy strong plant. Plants should be placed in full sun and rich soil.

How to Harvest

Tomatoes ripened on the vine will be ready once they show their mature colour. The fruits can also be squeezed and should yield slightly when ripe. If frost occurs and temperatures drop late in the season all tomatoes can be picked. Tomatoes that do not ripen on the vine can be ripened indoors by being placed in a warm place out or direct sun.

Common Name: TOMATO - Cherry Cocktail

Seeds Per Packet: Approx 90

Days to Harvest: 72 days

Watering: Medium

Plant Spacing: 60-100cm

Row Spacing: 60sm

Companion Plants: Marigolds are said to repel white fly and root knot nematode. Basil tastes great with tomato and is said to increase tomato yields when planted within 30cm whilst also repels flies and mosquitos.

Additional Features: Beds, Containers, Edible, Heirloom, Vines and Climbers

Scientific Name: Lycopersicon esculentum

Germination Time: 7-14 days

Position/Sunlight: Full Sun

Plant Height: 1.5-2m

Cool/Mountain Sow: Oct-Dec

Arid Sow: Jul-Mar

Temperate Sow: All Year

Sub-Tropical Sow: Jul-Mar

Tropical Sow: All Year

3 reviews For TOMATO - Cherry Cocktail

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
33%
(1)
33%
(1)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Roger Hobson
Honey Bee - The Germinator

I purchased my seeds early so as not to miss out. As with all seeds, I germinate them using a bottom heat pad. Of all the tomato varieties sown in the tray the Honey Bee was first up. From there the tray was placed in a mini greenhouse and when four leaves appeared potted up into small pots and returned to the greenhouse to develop a strong root system. Once that had occurred the smallish seedlings were again potted up to a larger pot and remained outdoors to harden off.
The Honey Bee plants have now moved into converted rubbish bins and are growing by the minute, still receiving regular doses of liquid fertiliser. As I have never grown this variety before the end result is uncertain but judging on their present growth pattern I’m sure they will produce the fruits for many a salad.

M
Mark O.

this review has no content

T
Tony R.

Not so good, not sure had a very low seedling growth rate

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