Friday, June 16, 2017

Two for two

I haven't killed my tomato plant either


I only have the one tomato plant and I put it in a pot rather than the ground because of the rabbits we have around here. I had it sitting at the bottom of the deck steps until I noticed that it looked like someone had been nibbling on it. I moved it up on to the deck and the rabbits haven't gone up there to get at it. It doesn't seem to be growing too fast but I hope I get at least some tomatoes off of it

11 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

You are not killing your plants! The darn varmits are!!

Molly Smith said...

I've never grown tomatoes. My sister (who never worked) had time to grow a garden and would bring coolers full to us. There's so many you can eat -- many went to neighbors.

This plant looks like it is on it's way to recovery. :)

Mildred said...

Good for you! I would love a vine ripe tomato on my sandwich!

Sandra said...

I am trying not to giggle, I have killed many tomato plants over the years also.. not just flowers. so this means bunnies don't climb stairs.. who knew???? good luck, I want fresh tomatoes but Bob says the squirrels will eat them....

Sandee said...

It can be difficult to keep plants alive if you don't know what they need. Some need direct sunlight and others don't. Some need lots of water and others don't. It's an art to know what they need.

Have a fabulous day. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

Connie said...

Try a little miracle grow or Epsom salts diluted in water.

BeadedTail said...

Keep us updated on its progress! We never had luck with tomatoes in pots but we have 17 plants in our garden so we're hoping for some tomatoes this year.

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

Good luck! Nothing beats home grown tomatoes!

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

Good luck! Nothing beats home grown tomatoes!

Pam Jackson said...

Good for you....it still lives! Mine has ONE bloom on it. My brother planted it and others in pots and then gave me one. His was covered with blooms last month....mine just got ONE! lol....I don't think it was getting enough sun so I moved it. Hopefully I will get a mater off it! If not...guy I used to date, friend now, has a good garden going......I know where I will be going!

Deb Riddell ~ Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

You're on a roll! And, ahem, where is Mr. Gibbs when the bunnies are munching on your tomatoes?! 😂 Deb xo

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