You might have seen my pictures of the tomato plants I started. A-L-L of the plants I started. There are quite a few - oodles, really. I am realizing that now I need to figure out what on Earth I am going to do with them? How will I plant them? Where? Any tricks?
I thought it would be a great use of today's Monday Mining to go out in search of tomato info. That being said, let me ask YOU, as well!
1. When do you plant your tomatoes outside?
2. How do you plant them? Buckets? Raised beds? Right out in the garden?
3. How do you protect them?
4. What are your favorite types?
**Leave me your thoughts in the comments, if you would! I'd love to hear what you do!
Till I hear from you, here's some of what I found.
Five Tips for planting tomatoes:
I was thinking about containers for the cherry tomatoes - something we could put on the deck?
Holy cow, have you tried this? I know where there are some buckets (...ahem...sap house...) but I am not sure where I'd hang them. Do they have to be on the house? That wouldn't work for me... Fun concept, though.
I found this good video for beginners, like me!
This last bit talks about when and how to transplant. I am a wee bit worried since mine are much smaller at this point. Bummer! Come on guys, GROW!
|These are NOT mine, but the image from the Country Basket.|
Well, you can see I need advice. Anything you can share with me to help make this successful? Thanks in advance!