Look for a spot with at least six hours of sun, with eight-plus hours being ideal.
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Your container should be at least a foot deep. But, more importantly, look for a pot that is a minimum of 14 inches wide and can hold at least five gallons.
Most commercial potting soil comes packed with nutrients to get your tomatoes off to the right start but adding a few scoops of compost can give your veggies an extra boost.
If you’re short on space try Tiny Tim cherries. If you often forget to water, Bings are your best bet.
Most garden supply stores sell organic cherries if you don’t have the patience to start plants from seeds, but they won’t have as many varieties as seed catalogs.
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