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Growing tomato plants

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Tomatoes Splitting: Why Tomatoes Split And How To Stop It

Tomatoes splitting on the vine is a very common tomato problem. But don’t worry once you know what causes it you can stop tomatoes splitting open!

The Best Mulches For Tomato Plants

If you want a healthier, easy to maintain garden, try using mulch for tomatoes. Learn the amazing benefits of mulching your tomato plants.

5 Ways to Stake Tomatoes

Tomato cages aren't the only option! Learn 5 different ways to stake tomatoes to keep them off the ground, healthy and full of tomatoes!

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Want to grow tomato plants? It's easier than you think and our article makes it a breeze, even for beginners.
I love good tomatoes to the point where I didn’t buy them off season because I knew they were just light red orbs of water. Then I realized growing my own tomatoes was the only way to ensure I had a wonderful tasting tomato. We put together this list of the best hydroponic systems for growing tomatoes at home. I won’t tell you which one I have but you will be inspired to do more indoor gardening and incorporate different vegetables. #garden #DIY #backyard #plants #vegetable #home #projects
Our experts share companion plants for 71 vegetables commonly planted in home gardens. Tomatoes, for example, grow best with Asparagus, Basil, Borage, Calendula, Carrots, Chamomile, Chives, Garlic, Marigolds, Onions, Parsley, and Shallots. Find compatible plants under the “Companions” tab in our plant guide tables, with everything you need to know as you select, plant, and grow tomatoes and other vegetables. 🌿 #garden #gardening #gardeners #vegetables #companionplantings #vegetablecompanions
If you've started your tomato plants from seed indoors, you need to go through a couple of steps before planting them in the garden. Most likely you'll need to "pot them up" to a larger container, and a couple of weeks later you'll need to "harden them off" for a short time before planting outside. Learn how here.