Tomato Container Garden Growing tomatoes in containers. These are seven gallon squat pots with wodden stakes and twine. Fully organic u…
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25 Responses to “Tomato Container Garden”

  1. Hoda Gibreel Osman Reply October 9, 2013 at 11:02 am

    Nice good looking tomato plants, had been following your videos and comments whatever, just like the way you explained. I had learned planting tomatoes, peppers, sweet potatoes in the balcony using all the techniques I took from youtuber postings like yours. keep on, if you love gardening, the plants will love you as well, i had proved that, waiting everyday to see the first root coming out from a celery rooting, tomato suckers,and pruning peppers, which is very enjoying. And i had seen it

  2. Indoor Harvest Gardens Reply October 9, 2013 at 11:06 am

    Yes, one of these is the black seaman ;) -

  3. Any of the black seaman tomatoes grown fully yet? Interesting to see what they
    look like. Good looking maters!

  4. Indoor Harvest Gardens Reply October 9, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    These containers already had holes, no rocks.

  5. Did you put holes in the bottom of the pots or rocks? I though it would tell me how instead of just showing how well your are growing with no “back story”.

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  7. Indoor Harvest Gardens Reply October 9, 2013 at 2:07 pm

    that’s great lol, thanks for watching ;) -

  8. blackcat2enterprises Reply October 9, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    I used to grow tomato plants in pots a long time ago when I had a small back yard & due to renting the house I couldn’t plant in the ground. I had crazy amounts of tomatoes every year & was giving them away to the neighbors. I used to call it my ‘pot garden’ & got a lot of funny looks which was totally worth it. The look from the cops that were taking down my neighbor was the best. I said to them “Well just don’t hurt my pot garden.” *laughs* When they saw my garden they laughed too.

    - Heidi

  9. Indoor Harvest Gardens Reply October 9, 2013 at 3:43 pm

    Thanks. I actually have sprayed them with water really good once to get rid of some aphids I saw starting to take up residence. Other than that I haven’t watered them. I will probably do a good watering with cal-mag and some organic nutrients but other than that leave them to the rain unless they get really dry. Thanks for watching ;) -

  10. what an amazing collection of plants!…looks like they like whatever you are (or aren’t) doing to them!…when it doesn’t rain, how often do you have to water them?…thx for sharing…:D

  11. hey man much love from RI your videos help out a lot. Have you ever tried out the super roots air pots for your tomatoes?

  12. I could tell,you enjoy tomatoes

  13. Nice tomato plants looking very good

  14. Austin Family Gardening Channel Reply October 9, 2013 at 5:24 pm

    Tomato forest. You aint messing around. great job on your video !

  15. Killin it! My green/yellow tomatoes are R.A.F and Northern lights. Also have Henderson’s wins all, stupice, old Wyandotte, my personal pruden’s purple cross, and vintage wine. All from seed by Tomatofest, except stupice & PP.

  16. You say tomay toe I say tom ah toe.

  17. Indoor harvest gardens. Just gonna take you……

  18. You will have a tomato forrest! I’ll be interested to see how your stakes do…I find that in my containers they call over…but my containers are not as big. How do you tell, with green tomatoes, that is it ripe? I’ll be looking forward to seeing these grow.

  19. Quite the tomato jungle! Can’t wait to see your update! Looking good!

  20. very nice work! I’m looking forward to harvesting some tomatoes this year…I only have one variety at the moment, a cherry tomato ~ Sungold ~ they’re very sweet…just need some good weather now!

    Best of luck!

  21. Nice looking really good like the way u plan them tomatoes in the containers

  22. Indoor Harvest Gardens Reply October 9, 2013 at 9:46 pm

    Thanks for watching ;) -

  23. Indoor Harvest Gardens Reply October 9, 2013 at 10:07 pm

    Typically I do not have to self-pollinate but i need to space them out more. I do have some green zebra seeds I believe, send me a msg on our FB page.

  24. Paul Chondropoulos Reply October 9, 2013 at 10:11 pm

    Can’t wait until you have fully grown tomatoes! Are you going to self-pollinate the plants and sell seeds? I would really like to get my hands on some green zebra seeds!

  25. Nice tomato garden. Very healthy plants.  Looking forward to seeing them grow.