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This ingenious gardener is using her deck railing to support the vines of this cherry tomato plant. By Julie Martens Forney. Growing tomatoes in pots levels the  ...

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Jan 6, 2017 ... Watering your tomato plants properly is probably the main key to ... You want to keep the soil in your pots consistently moist - not wet, but damp.

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Growing tomatoes in containers can be easier than growing using any other method ... Small pots do make smaller plants but that also means a lot less fruit and ...

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Thus we began to experiment with growing tomatoes in pots. ... Dollies my husband made allow us to move the potted tomato plants around the patio with ease.

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Container-grown tomato plants require slightly different care than garden-grown tomato plants, but they can produce fruits that are just as flavorful. As with ...

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But it takes just a few minutes to plant tomatoes in containers – and a few seconds ... If you're new to growing tomatoes in pots, buy tomato seedlings rather than ...

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Watering tomatoes planted in containers, pots, and buckets is essential to a ... To skip watering (or at least skip checking soil) stresses your plants and puts them ...

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Read our article Growing Tomato Plants in Containers at Burpee.com Burpee. ... Small tomato plants set out in pots at the beginning of the summer will grow ...

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Use a large pot with drainage holes. Most tomato plants require a 15-gallon (60- liter), 18-inch (46-centimeter) pot in order to have adequate room to develop.

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Container tomatoes, like those in the garden, need at least six to eight hours of ... Container tomatoes need watering often because the plant roots can't reach for ...