An outstanding golden-orange cherry Tomato 'Sungold SuperSweet' is without question, the sweetest bush cherry fruit you'll ever eat! It has an intensely sweet flavour with a BRIX reading of 11.5%, four times as sweet as your average supermarket variety.
Perfect for growing outdoors or in the greenhouse, its cascading trusses are smothered in fruits that remain ripe and ready for picking over long periods of time (early July to October). A very prolific cropper, Sungold SuperSweet will produce up to 10lbs of cherry sized fruits from every plant – over 400 fruits per season per plant in trials!
We're pretty sure this World Exclusive Variety will replace your favourite bush cherry Tomato; with its thin skin and juicy flesh, it's perfect for adding flavour and colour to salad or fantastic as a tasty snack on its own.
Incredibly easy to grow in pots, baskets, or in your flower or vegetable border, tomato Sungold SuperSweet is robust and has excellent resistance to disease, making growing your own tomatoes fool proof – even if you have never tried before. There's no complicated training or pinching out of side-shoots as this is a bush variety – just plant them, water and feed them – then wait for the deliciously tempting fruit!
Supplied as 3 established plants in 9cm pots, ready to plant.
*Seasonal growing conditions permitting
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How to grow:
Step 1. Tomatoes are best grown in a growing bags or large pots of compost where they can be fed and watered regularly.
Step 2. Plant up into their containers from April onwards. Plant 2-3 plants per growing bag or 1 per pot, burying up to the first set of true leaves. Leggy plants can be buried deeper as the underground stems will root. Water in well and add your plant label.
Step 3. Grow on for a couple of weeks before placing outside after hardening off. Cover plants with horticultural fleece on any unexpectedly cold nights.
Step 4. As plants grow, keep them watered every day and feed once a week with a tomato feed.
Step 5. Support the plants as they get taller with a stake (or leave them to tumble in a basket), tying in the stems.
Step 6. Pick tomatoes when they are fully ripe.