A determinant, fertile variety for pot growing in indoor or balcony conditions. The bushes are compact. The fruit is round, orange and weights up to 30g.
Plot Type:Tubs, Pots, Hanging Baskets
Where To Sow: In boxes or pots in greenhouses at 20-21°C. Spacing seeds 1cm apart and lightly cover with compost. Cover the container with glass or polythene, after gently watering, to retain humidity.
What To Do Next: As soon as seedling leaves have opened prick off into 10cm pots. Gradually harden off before planting out when all danger of frost has passed. Finally transplant outside into growing position 45cm apart when first truss bloom is showing.
Handy Tip: No need to pinch out side shoots. If you have too much fruit for immediate use, just put the surplus into a plastic bag and place in the freezer. They will be excellent for use later in casseroles, etc.
Nutritional Value: High in Vitamin C and lycopene.
Companion Plants: Basil, Onion Family, Nasturtium, Marigold, Asparagus, Carrot, Parsley, Cucumber, Mint. Avoid Potato, Fennel, Cabbage Family