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Growing Container Tomatoes in Six Easy Steps

Container grown vegetables are a great alternative if you're limited on space or just looking for a more manageable form of small scale gardening. Click the link above for the full details on how to create your own.

To see more: http://www.homeologymodernvintage.com/2013/04/growing-tomatoes-in-containers.html

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  • Bobbi Henderson
    Bobbi Henderson New Port Richey, FL
    on Apr 23, 2013

    Thanks for the tip...I have never removed the leaves when planting my tomatoes but I am going to try it. I love to use large pots for my tomatoes and keep them on the patio, close to the kitchen.

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Apr 23, 2013

    Fantastic! Thank you for this great post!

  • Elaine Simmons
    Elaine Simmons Florence, AZ
    on Apr 23, 2013

    Another alternative for something to cover the hole in the pot is a coffee filter.

  • Patricia W
    Patricia W Eugene, OR
    on Apr 23, 2013

    Im loving all of the Burpee Container Plant seeds out this year! I bought all mostly Burpee and Territorial Seed Company seeds for my nursery and had just the best luck with them! Territorial seed company is just down the street from where I am now living in Cottage Grove. I did well with container plants for the University of Oregon students who didnt have alot of room. They are a hot item in the nursery trade!

  • Maria Zwack
    Maria Zwack North Tonawanda, NY
    on Apr 24, 2013

    Although I like the idea of the dryer sheet, should I be worried about chemicals leeching into the soil?

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