my kitchen gardener.
After so many years of dreaming of juicy, delicious tomatoes off my own plants, the last few years it has become a reality!
Now I purchase plants in pots from a nursery.
Our growing season is not long enough to wait 90 days for the fruit to ripen. These plants have blossoms and within a month of setting them outside, beautiful servings or stealings of the fruit is right on my kitchen counter.
Of interest to others, I do not transplant them any more. The process is difficult for the plants to handle and sets the time of harvest back quite a bit.
The bottom is cut off the container and lots of bone-meal and fertilizer is added ... carefully I may add.
Purchased in the beginning or so of April, then kept inside during the nights and chilly weather, set outside in the warmer periods for the sunlight until the second week of May.
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My Garden and the Kitchen Gardener