Now for the task at hand, tomatoes. They all look very healthy but seem to be taking ages to turn colour. This season I started them 6 weeks before planting them out, I think that is the culprit. Next season I will go back to starting them 10 weeks before transplant.
- It fits more plants in a small space, without pruning they just shade each other
- To increase airflow within the plants, this helps reduce the risk of blight
- It also makes it easier to see/harvest the fruit
Kellogg's Breakfast, grown from seed shared by Granny.