Summer has passed, but you don’t have to give up on your fresh tomatoes on the vine there is a way that you can keep them throughout the long winter days! The plants that harvest small, cherry- or grape-sized tomatoes in large quantities usually do better indoors than larger “slicing” selections. At my Etsy shop Flymeawaycreations you can find a great and unique way to start your own tomato plant indoors! I love having fresh tomatoes right in the kitchen that you can enjoy in so many different recipes. This year I have three plants growing indoors on my kitchen window sill and they are thriving! The planter is a kit to help anyone start their own tomato garden. After the plant starts blooming and about 14-16” tall it might be best to replant into a larger container.
When you begin your tomato plant, you will plant the seeds in a starter soil mix, about 1/4 inches deep. To maintain the plant water by keeping the soil moist but not soggy, and keep it in a warm area, therefore in 5-10 days the seeds should germinate. While growing any plant indoors, you may have to experiment with location and lighting to get the best results. Nevertheless with a little time and care, soon you should be able to have your fresh off the vine tomatoes!
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