I planted tomatoes this year for the first time, (thank you TopsyTurvy), and I’m not having much luck. I bought the plants, mounted the hanger, filled with dirt, and spent all this time watering every day- all I have to show for it is a disfigured little plant with one measly flower.
This weekend I saw a friends plant and it’s HUGE! I explained my problem and then he asked “how much sun are they getting?”… Huh??
Turns out tomatoes need LOTS of sunlight and mine are hung on the back deck in the shade for most of the day. I confess- I didn’t read the direction. How complicated can it be I thought? Now I wasted all that time and have nothing to show for it, and if I re-hang them might have a little success instead of the bushels I was expecting.
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