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Are my tomatoes for growing outdoors or in a greenhouse and should I remove the side shoots?
Posted by Suttons Staff on 11 June 2015 09:23 AM

Cordon Varieties - Remove side shoots and provide a cane support 

Aisa Craig - under glass or outdoors Marmande - outdoors
Apero - under glass or outdoors Moneymaker - under glass or outdoors
Artisan Bumble Bee Mix - under glass or outdoors Orangino -under glass or outdoors
Alicante - under glass or outdoors Orkado - under glass or outdoors
Aviditas - under glass or outdoors Pink Baby - under glass or outdoors
Beefsteak - under glass  Red Cherry - under glass or outdoors 
Belriccio - under glass or outdoors Russian Rose - under glass or outdoors
Cherry Belle - under glass or outdoors San Marzano 2 - under glass
Cupido - under glass or outdoors Santorange - under glass or outdoors 
Country Taste - under glass or outdoors Shirley - under glass 
Corazon - under glass or outdoors Spencer - under glass 
Crimson Crush - under glass or outdoors Sultana -under glass or outdoors
Elegance - under glass or outdoors Sungold - under glass or outdoors
Faworyt - under glass or outdoors Summer Frolic- under glass or outdoors 
Flamingo - under glass or outdoors Sweet Baby - under glass or outdoors
Gardener's Delight - under glass or outdoors Sweet Million - under glass or outdoors
Giulietta - under glass or outdoors  
Golden Sunrise - under glass or outdoors  
Indigo Rose - under glass or outdoors   
   
   
   
Bush Varieties - Do not remove side shoots  
   
Big League - under glass or outdoors Red Robin - on a windowsill or outdoors
Firecracker - outdoors Sweet & Neat Cherry - outdoors
Heartbreaker - under glass or outdoors Sweet & Neat Yellow - outdoors
Hundreds and Thousands - outdoors Tumbler - outdoors
Little Sun -on a windowsill or outdoors  Tumbling Tom Red - outdoors
Lizzano - under glass or outdoors Tumbling Tom Yellow - outdoors
Maskotka - outdoors  
Megabite - under glass or outdoors  
   
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