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Tomato Moneymaker (Lycopersicon lycopersicum) is a well know favourite with medium sized fruit for outdoors or in a greenhouse.
  • Additional information: Vegetable seeds. Enough seed for approximately 50 plants.
  • Care instructions: Provide support pinch out side shoots regularly and pinch out growing tip after 5 - 6 trusses have set.
  • Harvesting period: June to October
  • Planting instructions: Plant in rows 45cm apart.
  • Planting position: Needs sun part of the day
  • Sowing period: January - April (indoor).

Tomato Moneymaker (Lycopersicon Lycopersicum) Seeds 706165

GBP £1.89
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by another one good and strong seems to thrive. No problems. 05 May 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Product The product is realy good if you buy them earlyer than what i did, i started my tomato plant abit late but they are stating to grow realy good and i still have plenty seeds left to use next year I have always used moneymaker and i think they are better than others 04 May 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good all rounder - Moneymaker Tomatoes Moneymaker has proven to be a highly reliable good cropping tomato that the average gardner can cultivate with ease. The fruits are of a medium size and can be used for all culinary uses from raghu to salads! This variety is also very flavoursome (as with a lot of home grown produce) and the taste will prove that home grown tomatoes are a better choice over commercially grown ones. Just follow the usual tomatoe cultivation tips - removing side-shoots, maximum of 4-5 trusses of flowers/fruit and you will be successful! So give Moneymaker a try! They are easy to cultivate and is a very rewarding experience watching the plants develop and at the end the bonus of really nice tomatoes. 28 October 2010
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