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[Tomato Dirt #273] How to grow winter tomatoes: 3 options
January 12, 2023
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
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If you’d like refreshing salads, sandwiches, and side dishes made with juicy, flavorful fresh tomatoes in the dead of winter, I’ve got good news.
You can grow winter tomatoes. The idea is not as far-fetched as it seems.
With a bit of effort and planning, you can enjoy tomatoes year-round.
Consider these three options for growing winter tomatoes.
First, if you live in climate with cold winters, growing winter tomatoes indoors is ...
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Deep-root growing kits … quick start seed kits … special potting mixes. Yep, there's a kit for that!
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