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by bootscootengal2 on April 01, 2006 02:26 AM
can i plant them in small containers........then transplant to bigger ones?? not looking for huge crop of tomatoes, just husband and i.

thanks
joyce
by dodge on April 03, 2006 10:50 AM
oF COURSE YOU CAN..........I START THEM FROM SEED AND PUT IT IN DIFFERENT CONTAINERS AS THEY GROW.......

THEY WILL GROW......I HAVE RIPE ONES HERE IN THE WINTER , IN A FLOWER POT INDOORS.. ZONE 6

DO YOUR OWN THING. [clappy] [clappy] [clappy]

DODGE

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by TomR on April 04, 2006 08:41 AM
Sure you can! Try planting them in at least a 12" pot. You can basically leave them in there. Just make sure to water and feed. They dry out faster in containers.

Tom

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