Posted March 07, 2010 - 11:04 PM
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Posted April 19, 2010 - 07:24 PM
Most of these tomato varieties are of the indeterminate vining type that will continue to grow and produce flowers/fruit until hit by a killing frost. I have grown tomatoes that, when ripe, are red, yellow, orange, pink, green, brown, black, purple, white, bi-colour and striped. Last season I had over sixty plants in the ground consisting of more than 20 different varieties. Too bad the growing conditions were almost as abysmal as they were the year before but that's gardening for you. It's a humbling experience. Beginners think that they can find all the answers in books and on forums but Mother Nature just laughs at the newbies and shows them who's really the boss. Eventually, you come to the realization that everything that you do is miniscule in the overall scheme of things. The bulk of success is totally out of your hands and it all comes down to the amount of sunshine and heat that really matters. You can add nutrient and you can add water but you cannot buy sunshine anywhere.
- Bolens 1000 said thank you
Posted April 19, 2010 - 07:43 PM