I am buying early, mid, and late-seasons tomatoes. My garden
will have four north-south columns with 3ft east-west intervals.
My question is what difference does it make as to in which
column the tomatoes are planted?
If I catch your banter correctly, about July, you won't have any
intervals. As far as the placement of the tomatoes is concerned, put the
shorter ones on the south end, and the taller ones on the north end of
Problem is knowing short from tall with new plants.
Solution is using containers and switching places as season
Great idea, Billy.
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It may as well be a vote for four more years of B.O. nonsense.
If Obama gets re-elected, invest in concrete because more
people will be walking the streets.
Any who, I have a spread sheet of different tomatoes which putatively
includes their estimated size. Spread sheets don't take well to posting,
so I thought, if you could tell me what you're planting I could give you
some idea on their size.
And now for some political content:
Unemployment is capitalism's way of getting you to plant a garden.
- Orson Scott Card
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