This early bush variety is possibly the most unusual tomato we grow here. High-cropping plants make strong, widely held, spreading branches rather like a small oak tree, enabling it to produce clean, isolated fruit. It has such a high tolerance to blight it was featured on BBC Gardeners' World, and coming from Poland, it is perfect for areas where the growing season is short and wetter than normal, when it will produce abundant, exceptionally sweet, large cherry tomatoes. (Bush)
Seeds are surface-sown or covered only slightly. Do not allow the soil to dry out. Containers are held in warm conditions until sprouts appear, which may take anywhere from 3-10 days. Move sprouting plantings immediately to bright light conditions, such as a south-facing window. Inadequate light is a frequent cause of failure of young seedlings. At about the time of last frost, set out seedlings into grow bags. Do not remove side-shoots and support the plant.