- Plant Care
If you’re only going to plant one fruit or vegetable in your garden this year, there are none more versatile than the tomato! Most gardeners have a special affection for their tomato plants, and may even grow a few varieties at a time. From sweet, snackable cherry tomatoes to big, juicy Beefeaters, growing tomatoes may be the most rewarding plant you grow this year.
To grow tomatoes successfully, you need rich, fertile soil or peat-free potting compost, and a good sunny, sheltered spot. Water regularly and feed weekly with a high-potash fertilizer once the plants start to flower.
- The tomatoes thrive on lots of sunshine. Place this plant in an area where it can receive full sun for healthy flowering and fruit production.These tomatoes have medium to low watering requirements. Too much water will drown their roots or cause them to rot.Rich, nutrient-dense soil is very important for the health and production of the plant.15 – 30 °CFruit and Flower Fertilizer is good for the plant health.
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