Do your tomato plants grow huge and out of control each year? Do they flop over, get taken over by disease or overwhelm parts of your garden? Do you want bigger tomatoes earlier in the season? If you answered yes to any of these questions then pruning your tomatoes should be on your garden task list this season.
Tomato Gardening Tips: High Yield Tomatoes Using Epsom Salt, DIY Tomato Gardening Tips From Green Homesteading: use 1 tsp of Epsom salts to 5 cups of warm water, put the mixture in a spray bottle f… More
Patio Tomato plant in a clothe bag from the grocery store set inside a accessory basket fro the dollar store. Idea from growing potatoes in a sack to let the roots breath. Mature plants need water every 2 days. You can see the great results. jp
TUMBLING TOM RED Patio Tomato Seeds 75 days Quickly produces sweet and delicious 1-2 inch red round fruits on vigorous, weeping 2 foot plants. These cascading beauties are perfect for hanging baskets, window boxes or patio containers. 3 plants per 10 inch container will put on a delightful show and provide loads of tasty summer fruit. The Tumbling Toms are among our favorite ornamental edibles. 20 seeds - $2.49