Tomato Plants – Container Gardening


I love container gardening and I can grow about anything outside in a pot! Here are some of my awesome tomato plants and since I'm the only one that eats tomatoes I get to keep them all to myself.
Tomato Tip: Don't water them from above because their leaves don't like it. Stick the hose in the pot to water.

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3 of 19 questions
  • Susan Gentile
    on May 19, 2019

    I “rain” water on my tomato plants every summer and the leaves don’t mind it at all. It also helps in removing some of the harmful bugs.

  • How long takes the plant to produce tomatos?

    its alwaysnecessary to have a cage or ladder? Thanks

  • Aimee Hartnett-Neal
    on May 20, 2019

    I have two tomato plants, each in it's own bucket. The roots are growing out of the holes. What do I need to do? Or is this okay?

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  • Jsl25580088
    on Jul 25, 2017

    We plant marigolds all around our tomato patch to keep out the various little critters who love to sample the tomatoes. This works quite well for us.

  • Brenda Opie
    on Jun 12, 2019

    Yes

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