How to Plant Tomatoes The Right Way



Interested in urban gardening and organic gardening? Elise Pickett of The Urban Harvest shows you how to properly plant tomato starts in your Florida garden. Growing organic tomatoes using sustainable gardening practices is easier than you may think! This video shows you exactly what to do when it comes time to plant and grow tomatoes in your backyard vegetable garden. This Florida gardening 101 lesson will get even the beginner gardener to feel ready to grow vegetables in Florida.

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