Mr Stripey Tomato seeds are one of the best things that can happen to you, when it comes to growing tomatoes. This is because they are so easy to grow, and yield very large results. So what do I mean by 'easy to grow?' That's simple, you won't need a large space to grow them in, and they will yield big tomatoes each year.
So where can you buy Mr Stripey Tomato seeds? Well, obviously, you can buy them online from companies like Amazon. However, do bear in mind, that buying seeds online can be trickier than buying plants in a garden centre. Why? Because these seeds are more rare and therefore more expensive. So if you're looking for Mr Stripey Tomato seeds, then your best bet would be to visit a specialist gardening store.
But why a specialist? Well, tomatoes aren't the only thing that grow well in this soil (which is known as 'black mud') and there are a number of other varieties as well. Therefore, if you're not sure which seeds you need, or which plants you should be growing, you might end up spending a lot of money on seeds that you'll never use. This isn't very practical (especially if you have a large garden).
So how do you tell which of the Mr Stripey Tomato seeds are right for you? Well, the best way is to ask a sales clerk. Ask them what variety of tomato seeds they have available. And don't be afraid to ask them where they got them. Just remember that it's okay to look closely, just so you can be absolutely sure that the seeds you're buying are of top quality.
Another way to tell is to see how many plants you'll need. Some seeds require a large area in order to grow fully, whereas others only need a small patch. You can't get all of the varieties at once, so just buy the types that you think you'll need. Also remember that some varieties are annuals and need to be sown in winter, whereas others are perennials and only need to be sown a few times each year.
You may also want to make a list of things that you'll need with your seed packet. Most seed packets will include a booklet with the seed, so that you know exactly what to plant, when to plant it and in what conditions. It's always best to double check, just in case.
If you're just starting out, you're best off buying from a reputable breeder. While it's possible to buy 'regular' seeds online, most 'regular' seeds won't do you much good unless you grow them in the right conditions. This is where a reputable breeder comes into play, and they'll be able to advise you on which of the Mr Stripey seeds will suit your particular needs.
It might be wise to talk to other farmers about how they got their products. Most 'greengrocers', farmers' markets and nurseries will have a good supply of quality 'green' tomatoes. Just remember to ask plenty of questions, and check that the tomatoes are being delivered to you safely. And don't be afraid to ask for samples - a lot of farmers are happy to give them to a prospective customer. You never know, they might just surprise you!
When you're ready to start growing, it's a good idea to have all of your garden requirements ready before you start. This means ensuring that your greenhouse is properly set up, that you've got all the seeds (which can vary considerably in size and shape), and that you have the correct amount of soil. Some gardeners think that the larger the seed you get, the bigger the tomato. But this isn't true - there's actually a scale which gives you an indication of the approximate size of each tomato seed. And since they tend to be sensitive to conditions, it's important that you only get the size you need. This way, you'll also be avoiding wasting seed by trying to grow too large a tomato at once.
Once you have your seeds (you can order them over the internet), you should get a couple of 'helpers'. These are people who will help you grow your plants, so that you can be assured that they get the nutrients and water that they need. A specialist will know where to get things such as composts and straw to mix with the soil. He will also have a number of tricks and tips to make sure that the plants get the best possible support and care. Many seeds will also come with a guide to help you grow the plants safely in your garden.
The key to success with this type of gardening is research. Don't be afraid to spend some time going through books and manuals on the subject. The more you know about plants, the more chance you'll have in growing healthy ones that taste great. And once you've got a plant that's producing tomatoes, you can sell them for a tidy profit! It might even encourage others to grow their own tomatoes - who knows?