Locally grown rare & heritage tomatoes for sale


These are the tomato varieties we are trialling this year, most are short or mid-season varieties, most are worth trying outdoors but ours will be protected, many are heritage varieties which will ‘come true’ and if seed is saved then you’ll never need to buy seed again. Plants are in 2L pots peat free and organically fed, they are developing their first trusses. Supply is on a ‘first come(email/text) first serve basis’ and all are in short supply. All priced at £2.50 and buyer collects.  A discount of 50p per plant for  WYOG members.

If anyone is interested in trying some different pumpkin, courgette or cucumber varieties (some heritage varieties), then get in touch for a list. I am sowing these in the next week and all plants will be £2.50. 

We also have seed from more than 20 different known pumpkin crosses that we have hybridized from our favourite pumpkins. We aim to produce our own variety better suited to our site in Steeton with taste and storage characteristics top of the list. We have the seed but not the space so if anyone is interested in helping us grow, self these plants and then pass on details of taste, storage, a picture, any interesting details and some seeds; then we can speed up this trialling process. Seed provided free of charge, please contact for a list of crosses.

We also hope to trial about 20 heritage pole bean cultivars this year, if anyone is interested in outcome then please get in touch.

Tomato list as follows:

Hungry Hill Pink
Blue Cherry
San Francisco Fog
Giant Ox Heart
Rosada (F1)
Bloody Butcher
Brandywine Sudduth Strain
Modus (F1)
Black Cherry
Black Krim
Nahuelbuta Pink
Sophie’s Choice
Chocolate Stripes



Please contact:

Andrew Chapman 07525379565


Email Pippa to join our mailing list

Fern Cottage,
Stiverton House
Keighley Road,
West Yorkshire,
BD20 6QR

Directions: If you are coming from keighley come along the B6265 through Utley. As you are entering Steeton there is a rock on the left with ‘Steeton with Eastburn’ written on it. We are the first drive on the left less than 100m past the rock. The drive is marked ‘Stiverton House’.

If you are coming from Skipton(A629) or Ilkley(A6034) take the turning off the roundabout signposted steeton and silsden train station and carry on up station road untill the traffic lights. Turn left at the traffic lights along Keighley rd, the road bears to the right round a bend then it is the next driveway on the right. The drive is marked ‘Stiverton House’