This summer I embarked on growing tomatoes inside from seed - I live in
Scotland where harsh weather conditions prevented these from ever going
outside. By the end of the summer I had no fruit but plenty of tall
green plants that grew up against a south facing window.
It seemed a bit of a waste to give up on the plants so I have continued
to grow these with plenty of water and a bit of plant food. They have
gotten taller, about 4ft high - but no fruit!
Can someone tell me if there is any point to continue to grow these
plants through the winter? Are they supposed to die off instead? Also,
whilst their height is impressive, why have I not got any fruit?
It would be a shame just to get rid of these, I have 11 plants
altogether. But if I am continuing to water and feed in earnest, I'd
rather know now.