For the last few weeks our tiny plot has been ablaze with spring color. The calendar says March but our plants say April, maybe May.
Does that mean it’s tomato time? Home Depot’s got plants. Why not try?
I headed to the garden center. My plan was buy a plant, a pot, some soil and get to work.
And then I spied it.
I picked up a plant already over a foot tall, with flowers, in a pot with an attached tomato cage!
This is cheating, right?
No planting. No weeding. No getting my hands dirty. It will have to be hand watered. That’s my only real contribution.
If things go according to plan there should be fruit to harvest in a little over two months. I can’t wait.
Will they taste as good without all the grunt work? I’ll let you know.
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I’m betting they’ll taste just as good as if you started from seed. I’m jealous. We’ve got about three months here in CT until we can turn the soil. Ah, well…
Along with the seedlings I start, I always buy a large plant to bridge the gap. Not cheating at all.