Common companion plants to grow alongside your tomatoes
Borage, Chives, Marigolds, Nasturtiums, Basil, Calendula, Carrots, Peppers, Sage, Onions, Garlic, Lettuce
All our tomato seed, including heirloom and heritage varieties, are open pollinated and grown in Canterbury, New Zealand
Tomatoes are not only a versatile and delicious addition to a wide range of culinary creations, from salads to sauces, but they also bring nutritional richness, being a superb source of vitamins, antioxidants, and essential minerals.
Growing tomatoes at home allows you to enjoy the unparalleled flavour of vine-ripened fruit that is often superior to store-bought alternatives.
Additionally, tending to tomato plants provides a hands-on gardening experience that can be both therapeutic and educational.
With numerous varieties suited to different climates and growing conditions, tomatoes are adaptable and can flourish in various garden setups, including containers, hanging baskets, or traditional garden beds.
By incorporating tomatoes into your home garden, you not only savour the unrivalled taste of home-grown produce but also promote sustainability, reduce your ecological footprint, and cultivate a deeper connection to the food you consume.