Learn How To Grow Tomatoes Today!
In this interactive Q&A class we’ll address the problems many tomato growers experience:
- Blossom end rot
- Lack of water
- Horned worm
- Keeping tomatoes off the ground
My father was a gardener and at a young age he introduced gardening to me. I helped him and learned a lot about gardening from him as a boy. I realized I enjoyed gardening as a teenager while growing peanuts and picking the fruit.
After starting a family I looked for a sizable piece of land to have a garden, a place with plenty of sunshine. I’d not been able to have a garden before because of space and so I’ve had a garden here every year for the past 38 years. I got started growing tomatoes, okra, corn, sweet potatoes, butter beans, butter peas, and squash.
Every year we have fresh vegetables and my wife cans or freezes the excess produce so we can enjoy them during the winter. Although we do buy some vegetables at the grocery store, we haven’t bought tomatoes in years because we have plenty of fresh, home grown tomatoes every summer. We usually have so many tomatoes that we give them to our family and friends and sell the rest. In fact, every July people start asking, “When are you going to have more tomatoes?”
I love growing tomatoes, but I never really taught a class like this even though lots of people ask me how I grow tomatoes.
But now, I’ve finally decided to spill the beans and teach this stuff because, as the saying goes, “give a man a tomato and you feed him for a day; teach a man to grow tomatoes and you feed him for a lifetime.” Or, something like that.
Anyway, I like to see things grow, and eat fresh vegetables and fruit right out of the garden; and I want to help you get plenty of fresh tomatoes from your garden like I have for years.
If you’re interested, subscribe and I’ll send you the details about joining the homegrown tomatoes class.