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How to Grow Backyard Tomatoes in Florida

by Laura Hoffer
In Florida, tomatoes are grown in the spring and fall. Summer planting is not recommended, since the fruit will not set in temperatures warmer than 85 degrees Fahrenheit. If you live in a part of Florida that gets below-freezing temperatures, plant tomatoes in the spring after any chance of frost in...
Mixolidia Gautreaux
Mixolidia Gautreaux • 1 year ago

How to Grow Backyard Tomatoes in Florida | eHow

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When planting tomatoes, put a couple crushed aspirin along with eggshells under plants.

Doing my garden on the cheap this year, so I'll be making my own watering can! -HF

  • J h

    Ok this is a damn good idea. Watering cans are not super exciting to spend money on.

  • Crystal-Rae Nuccio

    lol ha! I don't have one of these lying around do you? I'll check the recycling bin at home

  • J h

    No but it does seem like something that ought to be easy to find or approximate with some other container.

  • Michelle Norman

    why not fill a bunch of these with dehumidifier water and water as needed

  • Rebecca Franks

    love the kitty photobomb!

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Gotta start collecting salsa recipes to try when my garden starts to produce! -HF