For home grown tomato lovers in temperate areas it can seem like a very, very long winter. Have you been just itching to get your tomatoes going? The arrival of August means that you can start off tomato seeds on a warm, bright windowsill, so the seedlings are ready for planting out as soon as any chance of frost has passed.
For tomato growing addicts that love a large a juicy tomato with old-fashioned beefsteak flavour, try Yates® Tomato ‘Big Beef’. It’s great for growing in vegie patches and also pots. And if you love cherry tomatoes then try Yates Tomato ‘Sweet Bite’, which is a prolific variety that produces clusters of sweet, bite sized tomatoes.
Here’s how to get your tomatoes started: