In This Week’s Newsletter …

Tomato PetalsGrowing Beefsteak Tomatoes
A Tomato Story
Growing Tomatoes Upside Down
Petals & Sepals

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Tomato Mortgage LifterGrowing Beefsteak Tomatoes
Maybe the biggest challenge in tomato growing!
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A Tomato Story
An extreme idea to get your garden or allotment dug over.
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Tomato Flower SepalsPetals & Sepals
Tomato flowers and those green slender leaves behind the petals.
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Topsy Turvy PlanterGrowing Tomatoes Upside Down
A very popular way to grow tomatoes – but will they go bump in the night!

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Join In The Discussion!
Do let me know if you have any ideas or would like to make a contribution in some way. Free seeds if you tell of your tomato growing experiences or have an interesting story to share – please email me here. Comments can take place at Facebook or in the comments section below.

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4 Responses

  1. Peter Taylor
    | Reply

    Hi Nick
    What size container would you recommend for growing tomatoes in a greenhouse. The Greenhouse has a concrete floor.

    Kind Regards

    • Nick
      | Reply

      Hi Peter,
      I like to use bucket size containers and find that the 9inch tomato pots a bit too small.
      You could sink 9inch pots into a grow bag for extra root space.
      Regards,
      Nick

  2. Bob Iles
    | Reply

    Hi Nick, last year I grew a variety of beefsteak called Hillbilly which I bought from Premier Seeds, they gave huge fruits which won the heaviest tomato at our local show. Unfortunately the fruits were very dry and pithy and could only be used with my plum tomatoes to make my tomato sauce. By the way brilliant site keep up the good work. Regards Bob.

    • Nick
      | Reply

      Hi Bob,
      I’m growing Hill Billy Potato Leaf this season so I’ll let you know how they do.
      I’m pleased you like the website.
      Regards,
      Nick

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