North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
My tomatoes this year on my patio have been a disaster, either soaking wet or drying out. So far I have one that is ripening. A few years ago I discovered a tomato variety that was developed in the States (I think) for service personel to grow in places where the climate was quite cool i.e. Iceland. I bought some seeds from, probably, Thompson & Morgan or Suttons and they were brilliant with loads ripening in what was quite a cool summer but I can't remember their name. I have tried searching for them again this year but to no avail. Has anybody else ever heard of them?
I would love to try growing them again.
I have sourced some seeds from Nicky's Nursery, called Sub Arctic Plenty (90p for 20 seeds) so will be ordering some to try next year. Will let you know how they perform. Thanks for your replies.
- 3 Sep, 2011