How many of you grow tomatoes as perennials and how old your oldest tomatoes are?

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We refurbished my can garden. The Kirkland coffee cans held up for just 1 year.

I’m hoping these food service cans are heavier duty.

I plant them in nasturtium on this beam and spider plants on another beam.

In February, they will bloom and the greenhouse will smell very sweet from the nasturtium.

I harvested a couple tomatoes yesterday and have 3 more that I can harvest early next week.

How many of you grow tomatoes as perennials and how old your oldest tomatoes are?

I have 3 year old peppers, but wondered how well tomatoes do as long-term producers.

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William

Post by William »

I have through cutting got cherry tomatoes to last through 2 summers, just clip tip with sizzor, and root. They do lend g to them self to air layering, , but , it not pruned , or cloned they get very leggy, pepper I find do very well 12-18 months in age expecially hot types.. would love to see pic of your plants
Kathleen

Post by Kathleen »

I have a few tomatoes that I planted that are three feet tall and have some buds but not sure I’ll get any fruit?
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