If you visit regularly you have probably seen pictures of my container gardening plants. Well we had a large tomato plant and up until last week it was THRIVING! Well last night I realized it was time for it to go into the ground I just couldn't keep it in a container any longer. It is starting to load with tomatoes and well as you can see it is quite large.
|See how it's leaves are curled up :O( not a happy plant|
|In its new ground home|
Now I have been asked why I wait so long. Honestly the soil here is SO BAD everything seems to die so while working on the soil I push the limits in pots. When you transplant a plant it is best to have a cool cloudy day. Have the ground nice and damp to keep the plant as happy as possible. On tomatoes plant your plant up the the first set of leaves. Tomatoes will grow more roots from the stem and will in turn grow more tomatoes ;O) Now lets hope the dirt doesn't kill my plant.lol I was shocked by how weak this plant really was! I have to add supports it couldn't even hold up its own branches