Patio Gardening

Saturday, June 02, 2012

Three tomato plants and four pepper plants.

The small pot is an experiment. I read somewhere that you could use the roots of some plants and replant them and grow again. So I am trying this with green onions.
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  • no profile photo CD14688769
    Did you get many peppers off your plants?
    2476 days ago
  • FUNGIRL81005
    emoticon emoticon FUN FUN!!
    3155 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    They look awesome. Good luck with both the mature plants and the experiment.
    3156 days ago
    Awesome job, Jules! You do know as the tomato plants get bigger, it's best to plant them in a bucket right? That way they have lots of dirt and the bucket is strong enough to hold the plant and not let it droop once it starts developing. That's what we did anyhow and it worked out great. Well, til the birds started getting to them and then we just threw a net over them and the birds stayed away
    3156 days ago
    Good luck! I hope you have some delicious tomatoes, peppers and onions later this summer. YUM. That reminds me, I was supposed to plant my melon seeds! Oops!
    3157 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3406028
    I hope it turns out well! I wish I could have a little garden, but my balcony doesn't get much sunlight. At least I can have an endless supply of mint!
    3157 days ago
    Let us know how the experiment goes. I hope you get lots of tomatoes and peppers!
    3157 days ago
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