this is my first year doing a 5x5 plot in our complex's community garden. Its a mostly retired community, so a lot of the gardens are impressive. I'm kinda of newbie to the plot thing, and to gardening as well. someone noticed the other day that my tomato plants were planted "close" to my neightbors tomato plants. Unfortantely BOTH my plot neighbors (see image below) have tomato plants bordering my sides. I put my plants there cuz I was worried if I put them on the south end, next to the empty plot, that they would hinder the other plants from getting enough sun. Now, the person who mentioned this is a nosy person, and managment didn't say anything nor do I think the plot neighbors have either. But being a newbie, I want to play garden "etiquette". Though there are no rules really given with our plots, except keep it weed free and where to put your tools. I planted my starter tomato plants this last Sunday and they are caged. My plants are about 6 inches from the plot line and both my plot neighbors are at least a foot from the plot line. I know my plants aren't going to get as big since I didn't put as much work in to the soil and me being new and them seasoned gardners. DO you think its going to be an issue by the illustration I attached? I can pinch them back, right if they get too close? I haven't seen my plot neighbors yet, we seem to be out at different times, so I haven't had the chance to ask them about it. Am I over worrying? Advice? Suggestions?
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