Tomato Venus (Bush/Container)
These very compact bushy plants produce a good
crop of delicious orange-skinned 'cherry-sized'
fruits. Ideal if you are short of space as this neat
variety can be grown in a container on a sunny patio
or even in a pot on the windowsill. No need to pinch
out growth or sideshoots. 100 days.
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Start germinating seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before
the last expected frost for your area and transplant
out after all danger of frost is past. Type indicated
Cordon (Indeterminate) Varieties: Require
supporting and side shooting. Cordons are
usually grown outdoors and stopped after 5-6
trusses. Indeterminate growing makes more
trusses when grown under glass.
Semi-Determinate Varieties: Vigorous bush
which may require some trimming.
Bush Varieties: Predominantly self stopping and
no side shooting required.