When I saw the New variety Burlesque' F1 tomato from Suttons I know that I would have to grow that big and beautiful (400g) beefsteak tomato in my Greenhouse in 2022
The web site says it has "a sweet and tangy taste (Brix 6%)" and that they are also "blight tolerant!" which after 2021 is a real blessing. The Suttons web page also states "The flavoursome fruits grow in masses and should yield 40-50 tomatoes per plant during peak season". Now that seems impossible from a single plant but now I want to see just how many I will get.
The web site write up also informs us that "These tomatoes are thick in size with a thin layer of skin, but don't fret because these fruits certainly won't crack or burst! The meaty, juicy and tender flesh of this Cordon variety is scrumptious when served in a sandwich, or on a homebaked pizza with mozzarella cheese and basil."Sow March/April for greenhouse growing (or April for outdoor growing) in a propagator on a windowsill or pots or trays in a greenhouse at 18-21C using a good quality compost.