Tomato plants in Walls-of-Water. Photo by Denise George
It is possible to grow a large Brandywine. Photo by Doris Thielemann
Los Alamos Master Gardeners News:
As it warms, we all get anxious to plant our tomato plants and harvest those luscious fruit. That is especially true this year with COVID-19, when many of us are spending more time in the garden and possibly gardening for the first time.
Our average last freeze day is May 15, so wise people suggest that we wait until after that date to plant.
However, many of us want to push to an earlier date, especially as the days get warmer. Last year in White
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