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My tommytoe and cukes

Postby joan w » Jun 14, 2008 2:19 pm

First time for growing these in pots. Looking good so far.

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Postby B_BQ » Jun 14, 2008 2:30 pm

Looking forward to pictures Joan.
I also have some tommytoes and potatoes in large pots.
In previous years tommytoes have done very well in a large deep pot.
The only problem is 'support'. It's hard to get anything strong and deep enough to support the heavy fruit. Next to a railing, or fence would be good though!
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Postby joan w » Jun 14, 2008 3:29 pm

They are next to an iron fence Brenda so it will be a help if needed. My first time trying this.

BTW, my Antique canna has started to bloom. So beautiful.
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