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Viewing Richinator's Garden Diary: My humble little plot
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Principe Borghese Tomatoes
Tiny plum tomatoes are a big success. I would recommend caging them heavily. When they set fruit, they practically collapse under their own weight. Of course, for me, that is a good kind of problem to have. My plants are surrounded by late-addition tomato cages and bamboo poles that have been lashed together in order to provide support for sagging branches.