NZH This tomato arrived in New Zealand with immigrants from Guernsey Island, one of the Channel Islands. Grown commercially in the islands, it has been preserved here in home gardens since its arrival and even has been sent back to growers in Guernsey who had lost the variety. Producing the most fruit per vine I have ever seen, it is streaked red and green when ripe. A great tasting salad tomato, too moist for slicing, better to quarter. Indeterminate.
Sow in August into trays in a glasshouse. Keep soil temp at 18-20°C for ideal germination. Prick out when true leaves appear to 4cm diagonal spacing. Pot on to small pots to further develop roots. Transplant after last frost to 40cm diagonal spacing into fertile ground in direct sun. Stake and de-lateral as needed.