Haesuse
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Photos of my maters

Patio:
[img]https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3596/3501694354_67b50e6b37.jpg[/img]

Husky Cherry Red:
[img]https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3607/3501693280_1a6caf317c.jpg[/img]

Bush Goliath:
[img]https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3603/3500877199_131891ccb1.jpg[/img]

With 2 fruit!
[img]https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3368/3501691862_898eedccb9.jpg[/img]
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Haesuse
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The garden. The 3 tomato plants, and a jalapeno, a tabasco, and a cayenne plant.

[img]https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3550/3501683846_fb7525800c.jpg[/img]

kylie77
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Great pics! Your plants look great! Much bigger than mine lol!

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Wow, those plants are beautiful. I'm getting the itch to plant some veggies in containers since I don't have a spot in the yard ready yet. I'm in SoCal - it's probably not too late... :?: :roll:
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elevenplants
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Wow! Nice. Did you grow those from seed?

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Haesuse
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elevenplants wrote:Wow! Nice. Did you grow those from seed?

Rebecca
sadly, no. bought them all as 6-10" seedlings. the bush goliath was 10 or so inches, and everything else was right at 6"...

Haesuse
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vintagejuls wrote:Wow, those plants are beautiful. I'm getting the itch to plant some veggies in containers since I don't have a spot in the yard ready yet. I'm in SoCal - it's probably not too late... :?: :roll:
DEFINITELY not too late. even it was pushing it, these days you can find LARGE plants for sale, for a reasonable amount. The local Home Depot has some tomato plants that are close to 2 feet tall. The local mom'n'pop nursery has similar options. and in such a warm climate (zone 8? 9?) you should be fine.

do it! it's relatively easy.

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Duh_Vinci
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Very nice, healthy looking plants, enjoy your crops!

Regards,
D

P.S. While I'm growing most of my tomatoes from seeds, I started a little too late I think... My own "seedlings" are at about 5"-6" just now. So I purchased few more mature plants from local nursery too.

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