Is there any good reason why I can't grow tomatoes in area with grass? Snowflakes inside.... [more inside]
What has happened to my tomatoes? And can I save the rest of the poor things? First time gardener inquiring within. [more inside]
Garden filter: Favorite fruits and veggies to grow in zone 5 (Denver) and best vertical trellising options you've come across. [more inside]
My mother has a squirrel problem. She has a ton of tomato plants and now that they're coming in, the squirrels are picking them and eating part of them. Is there something she can do to save her plants? Note: killing the squirrels is not an option--she would rather not have tomatoes than kill the squirrels.
What's wrong with my peppers and tomatoes? [more inside]
Gardeners! Help me narrow down what three varieties of tomato to grow on my tiny urban deck. [more inside]
It's getting cooler here in Heretical-land, and my tomatoes haven't ripened yet. Halp. [more inside]
MeFi gardeners - need help troubleshooting a non-fruiting yellow pear tomato plant. [more inside]
Hey tomato gardeners! I have some questions. Do you use blossom set spray on your tomatoes? Would you recommend it? Do you pinch off suckers? Do you remove some blossoms in pursuit of fuller fruit? [more inside]
Newbie gardening: Are my tomatoes too crowded? [more inside]
Tomatofilter: Why aren't my tomatoes red? [more inside]
How do I nurse a very sick tomato plant back to health? I gave it far too much tomato feed by mistake, and a day later the leaves are horribly droopy/wilted (but still green), though my tomatoes are still looking like they're ripening. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how best to recover it? It's an indoor variety, grown in a foil pouch if that helps.
I kill baby plants! Help me, gardeners! [more inside]
Does anyone have a reputable online source for tomato and tomatillo plants? [more inside]
GardenFilter: Help! Our tomato plants are 6 feet tall and thriving in our NYC garden, but we can't get them to produce a single fruit. [more inside]
I have a tomato that sat, neglected, on a countertop for longer than it probably should have. Instead of beginning to molder and rot, however, it began to sprout! It is now shooting off several little baby tomato plants. How can I best get these to some dirt and encourage them to live rather than to die a horrible, desiccated death at the hands of bad soil and my brown thumb?