Hi! I am gardening for the first time, using pots and vertical planters on my very small urban patio - 10x10. My original plan was to plant 2 tomato plants in a City Pickers container (https://www.homedepot.com/p/CITY-PICKERS ... /202563845), which is 24.5x20.5, about 11.25 gallons of dirt (plus 2 gallon reservoir under the grate), and is on castors so I can move it for max sun.
I went to our local farmers market and one of the tomato growers had her leftover seedlings and I impulsively got one. It's a 12" tall black cherry tomato, and after searching online I'm worried that I may have bitten off more than I can chew. Looks like it can get pretty gigantic.
Is it possible to plant another tomato seedling in the box? If so, is there a recommendation on what variety to plant? I don't have a lot of space so i really want to maximize. Maybe have them in opposite corners? Would I need two separate cages or could they share some sort of trellis?
Any ideas or suggestions are welcome! Thanks!!