Just to say, use rainwater or distilled water for the soil test ... using tapwater which may be high in lime content would rather defeat the object ... but the instructions rarely tell you that
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When was it last repotted and/or fed?
That's very naughty of them! Tomatoes need overnight temperatures of around 14C before they should be planted outside.
If you look here http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/tomatoes-grow-guide/ you'll see that it recommends planting out 'after the last frost in May' ........... whenever that May be - I don't have the gift of foresight .... early June is a safer bet.
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Hostafan1 says:it's filmed before a live studio audience, so I don't think it's " canned"See original post
it's filmed before a live studio audience, so I don't think it's " canned"
Yes, definitely 'live' ... we've got friends who've been there.
I think they've been affected by the chilly weather ... brrrrr! I'm sure they'll recover.
I think I'd put them in bigger containers tho.
Think they're suffering from the chill. Mine will stay indoors until June, and I'm a lot further south than you are.
Don't worry, we all do it to start with .......... we live and we learn
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