Tomberry Pearl Tomato
Cherry pear tomato
Cocktail tomato tiger
Standard special tomatoes
San Marzano tomato
Beef tomato pineapple
Tinkerbell Baby block pepper
Baby point pepper
Magma mild chilli family
Magma hot chilli family
Naga Jolokia chilli
Trinidad Scorpion peper
Carolina Reaper chilli
News Eminent Seeds
Expansion of the sales team
A new employee started at Eminent Seeds on 1 July 2019. Niels Koolstra (35) was born in The Hague. Niels is our new sales manager and he will be working with Jan van Heijningen in the Sales department of Eminent Seeds.
Our new Fresno is taking over the world of chillies
Eminent Seeds is marketing a new and improved version of the Fresno. The chilli pepper has proven its worth at a number of tastings both in the Netherlands and abroad and leaves the competition well behind in several areas. We are seeing growing numbers of pepper growers asking for the new Fresno for cultivation next year, including large-scale cultivation.
Allow us to introduce the Perlino®!
Eminent Seeds is proud to introduce a new variety for gardeners. This unique, light-weight cherry tomato is loved for its flavour by all generations. And even more important: you certainly do not need horticultural expertise to get these seeds to sprout into a plant full of small delectable edible fruit!
Behind the scenes: Peter Klapwijk
For our ‘Behind the scenes’ section, we visited one of the leading consultants in our sector: Peter Klapwijk. With his company 2Harvest, Peter has been an important consultant for and a huge fan of Eminent Seeds for years . He knows Eminent Seeds like the back of his hand and advises us on operations, our product range and the future.
News update ToBRFV
At Eminent Seeds, quality is our top priority. The emergence of ToBRFV has given us a new reason to reassess our hygiene protocol and add extra measures to prevent viruses from spreading to our seed production. Thanks to our refined approach, and seed testing performed by an external laboratory, we can assure that our seeds are free of ToBRFV.
We would like to give you more information about the way in which we deal with the threat of ToBRFV. Through a Q&A we hope to give answers to questions that you might have about the virus and about the steps we have taken to prevent this virus from infecting our seeds.