Some good old favourites on the list there, Elaine.
I'll be growing, Alicante, Gardeners Delight and Roma as usual plus I'll be trying out San Marzano and Delicious from Premier Seeds Direct.
Inevitably I'll end up with too many small plants which I'll give to neighbours and may well get some other varieties in exchange.
There are so many varieties to choose from, more every year never heard of Delicious before I will be interested to see how you find them. I have heard that Red Alert is a good one but I haven't found any seed yet.
Thanks I'll have a look at their site.
I grew Red Alert last year - the yield was incredible!
I don't know how I have managed to miss this one, must rectify
Every year I grow far too many tomatoes - stupid amounts - so we'll be cutting down this year. Know I'll def be adding a yellow variety though - my friend grew them last year and they seemed to capture the taste of the sun in their flesh! :)
Sungold is more of an orange colour but by far the best flavour.
this year we are growing:
Just not as many as last year! The greenhouse got a bit packed! Probably buying Tumbling Toms plants from the local (Delfland- ace by the way)- all my seeds are new though, I fancy an experiment!
I have heard of Ferline but not the other two will have to check them out
I forgot we are growing Sungold again- that is the only variety from last year we are carrying on with this year. I picked up this pack from t and m for 20p! Good idea on the tomato tasting- this year's choices have been made based on disease resistance- boring I know- I just hope they taste good too :)
I am not too worried about disease resistance - cos if they taste of nothing they're not worth growing anyway in my opinion.