Welcome to the Sheknowsall Gardening Tips, Today is Tomato-yes, it’s a thing! The popular tomato is something which we always take for granted, its often accessible when we need it and can be consumed with almost anything, but have you ever grown it yourself?
They ‘re more about simplest crop to grow and that anyone can, if I can. Yes, I don’t even have a greenhouse where I should cultivate it, there’s really no reason for that!
Here are some tips about how to ensure good growing tomato plant the most of best ingredient in the country.
I’m an absolute beginner gardener so I’m not going to get into the different tomato varieties you can grow and the benefits and drawbacks of growing. Broadly speaking, you need to remember one thing, space. You need to think horizontally and vertically as one option is to grow bush tomatoes that remain short and form a small bush, while the other choice is a tomato that grows tall and staked requires for help. I’ve got a small pot sill so tomatoes, but bush tomatoes are good. It just depends on where you want them to stand.
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Growing from seed is truly satisfying, there’s nothing better (in terms of gardening) than seeing the little green stem break through the soil when a week ago you planted a small seed. Since this is the Tomato Fortnight, it’s a little late to plant tomatoes now, frustratingly, but if you still want to give it a try, please do so and let us know how you’re getting on.
If you intend to grow or plant them outdoors and your tomato plant hasn’t yet been outdoors, you’ll have to harden them off. This means getting them out in the morning and bringing them back to the outside world at night. They ‘re happy to move into their new home in the garden after a week to 10 days! We are really content in pots or grow bags or straight into some well composted soil.
Tips for Growing Tomatoes:
- You just have to pot them into a pot as wide as you can, with as much drainage as you can, and place them in a sunny spot
- Water only as needed
- Provide support as the plant grows
- Enjoy Harvesting