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WTS ∙ Stupice tomatoes garden

Stupice produces many red fruits the size of a golf ball oz.) If you grow several varieties in your garden, this one will be one of the

How to Prune a Tomato    Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes:        To grow more flavorful tomatoes.      To grow larger tomatoes.      To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season.      To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease.      To keep plants smaller and more compact.      To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the seas

To grow more flavorful tomatoes. To grow larger tomatoes. grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease.

Stupice Tomato, early heirloom

Organic Stupice Tomato Seeds an early slicer from the grandparents garden for years.

.10 fruits and vegetables you can plant once

10 Perennial Fruits Vegetables (You Can Plant Once & They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year)

How to save heirloom tomato seeds...  gonna start growing my own SOON!

How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Make a single tomato last for years -- learn how to save heirloom tomato seeds. Simple instructions and gorgeous photos.

Secrets To Growing Plump Tomatoes - 4. Bury The Stems Plant your tomato seedlings up to the first true leaves. New roots will quickly sprout on the stems. More roots mean more fruits.

Secrets To Growing Plump Tomatoes

10 Tips for Growing Awesome Tomatoes: Organic Gardening Bury the stems. Plant your tomato seedlings up to the first true leaves. New roots will quickly sprout on the stems. More roots means more fruits.

Grow indoor tomatoes: image from Mother Earth News via Tomato Dirt

How to grow indoor tomatoes

WARNING - clicking on this does NOT go to learning how to grow tomatoes all winter --- it goes to a website that is IMAGES ONLY ! This post is misleading Real Food Winter Tomatoes - Grow Tomatoes Indoors all Winter Long

Where to cut roses to help them grow bushy and flower more... after blooming cut just above an eye(shown on pic) in early spring you cut the roses all the way down... just above ground at the third eye....

Prune roses after blooming to help them grow bushy and promote more buds. Cut above an eye (shown). In early spring cut roses all the way down. just above ground at the third eye.

Grow Pompeii – the best Italian paste tomato from seed Renee’s Garden.

Pompeii – Italian tomato from seed

The best tomato for sauces and drying. Try this Italian tomato. meaty, rich-flavored plum tomatoes with determinate vines.

Tomato Transplant Tips (from Hudson Valley Seed Library)

10 Tomato Transplant Tips / Hudson Valley Seed Co. - Garden Notes for Seedy Folks

101 Freezing, Drying and Storing Herbs!!

Herbs_ Freezing, Drying, and Storing Herbs 101 – HOMEGROWN I love gathering, drying and using my own herbs while cooking. :Presented well, your home grown herbs can be an artform or decoration. Can't you see this in your kitchen?

A guide to growing herbs.

Easy-to-Grow Herbs

Add flavor to any dish with herbs straight from your garden. But I can (and have) killed most of these at some time or another.

get started container gardening

How to Get Started Container Gardening

How to Get Started Container Gardening . Not only does container gardening save space, it saves money as well. Here's how to get started container gardening!

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