Posted: 01/07/2017 at 13:47
I have grown cherry tomatoes in my mainly south facing garden outside and they've done from very well to okay.
This year as I bought a small greenhouse I decided to try a variety that would need greenhouse protection and I chose Costoluto Fiorentino from Sarah Raven.
The plants are growing very well and seem very happy in greenhouse and I've had some flowers but so far no tomatos starting.
The cherry varieties which are outside have already got little tomatoes formed.
I have had the door and window of the greenhouse open consistently for the last month or longer.
I'm not sure if I'm just being impatient and if larger varietys take longer to form tomatos or whether the bees can't get into the greenhouse to pollinate them although the door and window had been open?
Has has anyone come across this before?
Thanks very much