Easy to grow, recovered from blight!
from Anonymous on 13/09/2015
Despite warnings from some other allotment holders who had lost many crops of outdoor tomatoes due to blight, I sowed outdoor girl and found them to be extremely resilient. As predicted, early blight struck most crops in the area, and Outdoor Girl also started to develop some affected leaves. However, I snipped them off and hoped for the best - these plants immediately recovered and went on to produce prolific, tasty tomatoes where everything else was consigned to the bonfire. Definitely easy to grow, the plants could hardly hold themselves up under the weight of the fruit by early September. If you've had blight problems before or just want a tomato variety that requires zero maintenance, this seems like a good choice.