Tomato Plants

Collection by Barbara Newcomb

Barbara Newcomb
Did you know you can use eggshells in your garden to help you grown beautiful tomatoes and peppers? Yup, it’s true and I’m going to tell you how and why you should be saving those eggshells!! So, have you ever had gorgeous looking tomato plants and you started getting lovely little green tomatoes and then… Continue reading Why Your Tomatoes Need Eggshells

Why Your Tomatoes Need Eggshells

Tomatoes suffering from blossom end rot? Learn how to save your own eggshells to combat the problem and grow beautiful tomatoes and peppers!

Epsom Salt For Tomatoes: Make Them Sweeter and Tastier

Applying Epsom salt for tomatoes aka magnesium sulfate is known to provide wonderful benefits for tomatoes functioning as a plant fertilizer

My Tips For Growing Bigger Better Tomtoes-Vegetable Gardening

A perfectly ripe home grown tomato warmed by the sun is NOTHING like the ones you get in the grocery store! Here are my tips for growing bigger tomatoes!

Tomato Gardening Tips: High Yield Tomatoes Using Epsom Salt, DIY Tomato Gardening Tips From Green Homesteading: use 1 tsp of Epsom salts to 5 cups of warm water, put the mixture in a spray bottle f… More

How To Make The Best Organic Garden

So, you've made it. You're ready to get into organic gardening right? Well, now is the perfect time. You probably have a lot of questions on how to start and what to do, but ...

Tomato Plant Care - 8 Do's and 5 Dont's

Overtime we all learn tips and tricks which help us grow our vegetables... Here are some do's and don'ts about tomato plant care.

FIXES For 21 Common Tomato Plant Problems and Diseases

Solutions to common tomato plant problems and diseases - Yellow leaves, wilt, ruined fruit, fungus, pests keep destroying your tomato crop?

Don't Make These Tomato Growing Mistakes!

We’re calling these the 7 deadly sins because they are what are known as “cultural” problems with tomatoes. That means you, the gardener, are letting them happen.

How to Get Rid of Tomato Blight and Prevent it From Coming Back Next Year

Find out how tomato blight spreads, how to get rid of it, and what to use to keep the disease from coming back next year.

Find out how to best use baking soda in the garden and for your plants. Sprinkled over vegetables and plants, baking soda is a great natural remedy for pest control. Includes a variety of worm, gnats and ants repellent recipes.

20 Great Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden

Baking soda is known for its versatility around the house. But did you know that it can also help you in your garden. Here are the best ways you can use baking soda in the garden.

Yellow Leaves at the Bottom of Your Tomato Plants? - The Beginner's Garden

Yellow leaves with brown spots on tomatoes are usually the symptom of early blight. Do this and you can save your plant and yield a harvest of tomatoes!

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Companion Plants for Tomatoes

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Tips for growing bigger tomatoes #vegetable_gardening

Tips for growing bigger tomatoes #vegetable_gardening

1. Don’t crowd your tomato plants. They need plenty of room to grow. Stake them about 6 feet high. This will sustain them when they are...

Very detailed instructions on how to grow a better tomato plant.:

Re-post: How I Plant a Tomato

Love Apple Farm's spring plant sale will be held at 5311 Scotts Valley Drive in Scotts Valley (near Santa Cruz, CA) and will begin on Saturday, March 28 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY and continue every day until the first weekend in...

10 Easy Tips for Growing Tomatoes: There's no need to stress about growing tomatoes, and with these tips at your, well, fingertips, you'll never struggle with your plants again.

10 Tomato Growing Tips Even You can Understand

10 Easy Tips for Growing Tomatoes: There's no need to stress about growing tomatoes, and with these tips at your, well, fingertips, you'll never struggle with your plants again.

Watch Out for These 10 Tomato Plant Diseases In Your Garden This Summer

Don't let them ruin your harvest!

Do your tomato plants grow huge and out of control each year? Do they flop over, get taken over by disease or overwhelm parts of your garden? Do you want bigger tomatoes earlier in the season? If you answered yes to any of these questions then pruning your tomatoes should be on your garden task list this season.

How to Prune Your Tomato Plants Like an Expert - Creative Vegetable Gardener

Put "Pruning indeterminate tomatoes" on your garden to-do list this year for plants with less disease, easier access, earlier harvests, and more fruit.