Skip to content
COVID-19 Update to Customers

Customers can shop with us in-store or online with our Click & Deliver or Drive & Collect services. We continue to follow government advice and thank our amazing team for all their hard work helping our customers.

Plan Ahead Plan ahead - Research online & make a list
Shop Smart Shop Smart - Download our product finder app to minimise time spent in store. Avoid shopping in groups
Physical Distancing Physical Distancing - Maintain 1.5m between yourself & others
Cashless Payment Cashless Payment - Use cashless payment to minimise contact.
Shop online Covid 19 Update
Close
Locating nearby store...
Please enter at least 3 character
Suggested Suburbs
Suggested Stores
Previous Stores
Change Store
  • Heirloom from the 1800s
  • Ideal for preserving
  • Fruits in 8 weeks
  • Fruits in trusses for easy harvest
  • Produces red tear-drop shaped cherry tomatoes

The red brother to ‘Beam’s Yellow Pear’, this tomato dates back to the 1800s and is grown for preserving, but we like them fresh from the vine. The name ‘Red Fig’ was coined a century ago to describe tomatoes picked, preserved and eaten in winter as ‘tomato figs’. They store well and look good. Try a few as sundried tomatoes preserved in olive oil to extend your season. Fruits in 8 weeks from transplant. Yields around 6-10kg per plant.

We will gladly assist with returns and exchanges of this product in accordance with our returns and exchanges policy

Returns policy