How to grow tomatoes in a pot outside: Tomatoes can be challenging to grow in containers, but among the top summer plants in gardens, they continue to rate.
To successfully grow tomato plants in containers, take a look at five controllable factors.
A major benefit of growing plants in portable containers is that they are mobile, so you can change their growing position and many other factors to change the growing cycle.
Use Really Big Containers
Even though, you can’t do much about adverse weather conditions, late blight, or critter problems if you have very large containers. Control what you can, and trust the best!
One of the most important things you can do to ensure tomato success is to use a container that is large enough — the bigger, the better.
You need at least 1 square foot container for one plant but 2 square feet is better. The best size for a single plant is the five-gallon containers. Complete the pot with high-quality potting soil, and ensure good drainage. Read more