Second Feature in Potted gardens, Tomatoes!
This tomato came from the grocery store.
After slicing the tomato gently scoop out the seeds with a spoon
Next place the seeds on card board add a small amount of water and let the seeds dry out for 24 hours.
|Tomato Seeds Drying Out|
After 24 hours your seeds will be dried and some will be stuck to the cardboard, using your finger or a spoon remove the seeds from the cardboard.
Your seeds are ready to plant!
Take your pot full of dirt, with good drainage and saturate the dirt with water.
Miracle Gro was used for this plant.
Bury your Tomato Seeds in 1/4 inch of dirt. In 5 - 12 days your plant will begin to sprout. To identify your plants in your potted garden, try labeling popsicle sticks with a black marker and put them on the inside of the pot.
Tomato plants love moisture and sunlight.
Water them daily in the early morning or early evening.
Your plant will start sprouting tomatoes in 6 - 8 weeks.
|Tomato Plant 3 weeks|
Stay tuned for more Easy Potted Garden series
Until Next Time,
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