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Image of Aubergine Grafted Plants - F1 Scorpio
 

Aubergine Grafted Plants - F1 Scorpio

With this outstanding grafted aubergine you can be picking delicious, top quality, glossy black aubergines up to 2 months earlier than you might otherwise have done. It's easy to grow and very heavy cropping!What's so good about grafted veg plants?We...


 
Image of Cucumber Grafted Plants - F1 Carmen
 

Cucumber Grafted Plants - F1 Carmen

A superb all-female variety with an in-built resistance to all known powdery mildew. Fruits are cylindrical, very straight, slightly ribby, dark and glossy with a short neck and are around 34-40cm long. They also keep quite well once picked. Height 301cm+.What's...


 
Image of Cucumber Grafted Plants - Mini Star
 

Cucumber Grafted Plants - Mini Star

A miniature cucumber with medium vigour which fruits prolifically. Fruits are small (best harvested at around 9-11cm), mid-green and exceptionally tasty! Pick one every other day! Plants show good resistance to powdery mildew.What's so good about grafted...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Aviditas
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Aviditas

A delectable mini plum variety, it produces an abundance of fruit which can be harvested loose or as a full truss. The fruit average 15-20 grams and are very sweet, with good cracking tolerance.Grafted for up to 75% more yield and increased disease resistanceCordon...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Belriccio
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Belriccio

A delicious beefsteak tomato, ideal for slicing, frying and grilling. Enormous fruits. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.)What's so good about grafted veg plants? We are revolutionising...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Crimson Cherry
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Crimson Cherry

Grafted Tomato F1 Crimson Cherry .... All the enviable blight resistance of Crimson Crush, in a very early cropping large cherry type!Crimson Cherry like Crimson Crush has the best tolerance to late blight disease we have ever seen! Plants can still exhibit...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Crimson Collection
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Crimson Collection

Grafting onto specific rootstocks of course creates bigger, better, more disease-resistant plants with increased yield. Consequently, we believe, the extra vigour which the plant obtains will provide even better protection to late Blight attack and the...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Crimson Crush
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Crimson Crush

Crimson Crush has the best tolerance to late blight disease we have ever seen! Plants can still exhibit infection on up to 15-20% of the leaf surface, but that's when the resistance kicks in and previously healthy plants can normally grow away from the...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Elegance
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Elegance

A vigorous growing variety, producing heavy trusses of standard size tomatoes of fine colour and flavour. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.)What's so good about grafted veg plants?...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Giulietta
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Giulietta

This large-fruited Italian plum tomato performed superbly in last year's trials. The fruits set well, even under cool conditions, and are juicy and delicious. It produces high yields and boasts a good range of disease resistances. For greenhouse or sunny,...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Lizzano
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Lizzano

This tomato shows excellent resistance to the scourge of late blight. A bush type and therefore very easy to grow (no side-shooting), it is equally at home in a sunny spot in the garden or in a large container on the patio. The fruit, produced in enormous...


 
Image of Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Santorange
 

Grafted Tomato Plants - F1 Santorange

An exceptionally tasty and extremely attractive orange cocktail plum tomato. (Cordon variety - one stem grown by pinching off side-shoots as they appear, needs staking and tying in.) Please note: There is a possibility that your plant will include a grafting...