Traditional 'juicy plum tomato', mostly grown outdoors for a fuller flavour. Tomato Pomodora Roma Nano has juicy but meaty flesh with few seeds, ideal for pastes, soups, salsa and for sun dried fruits.Sowing Info:Tomatoes require a very fertile moisture retentive soil which has had generous applications of well-rotted manure or compost. Choose a site which receives full sun and shelter from strong wind. Sow seeds, under protection or on the windowsill from February to April. Sow in pots/seed trays, 7-10mm deep, using a good compost, at a minimum temperature of 15C.Growing Info:Pot on in individual 7.5cm pots when large enough to handle. When the plants have reached 2cm high they should be transplanted outdoors, either under plastic for protective cropping or into the open ground when all danger of frost has passed. Also suitAfter care Info:Keep plants well watered and feed with potash (tomato feed) once first flowers have set fruit. The tall indeterminate varieties will need strong supports.