Tomato: Juane Flamme
Name: Tomato 'Juane Flamme'
Origin: Bred in France
Juane Flamme is a smallish, orange tomato with soft and low acid flesh. It is very popular and also fruits prolifically.
When to sow: After risk of frost is over in mid to late spring. You can sow in trays a little earlier and keep them warm by a window inside, or in a hothouse, until ready to plant out.
Plant Type: indeterminate
Uses: Wow, what can't you use tomatoes for - salads, sandwiches, dips, all sorts of savoury dishes, sauce
Growing Conditions: Needs well manured, well drained soil in full sun. Water regularly in summer.
Pests and Diseases: Tomatoes have many pests and diseases. If they don't look good then a quick Google search, or asking on a gardening Facebook group should help you out.
Special Qualities: A very popular variety. Productive.
Seeds: 30 minimum in packet