Grow Your Own Yummy Heirloom Tomatoes (video)

Now is the time to get some tomato plants at your local nursery (ask for the heirloom varieties) and begin growing them in your backyard. That way youíll enjoy local and organic tomatoes at a fraction of their cost at the farmerís market. In this brief video William Moss show you how to plant and care for them, and offers up a number of tricks to make you a successful tomato farmer.


Jennifer C.
Past Member 5 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

Andrea A.
Andrea A5 years ago


Debra Van Way
Debra Van Way7 years ago

Nice info. One way you can deep water your garden plants is to take quart or gallon plastic milk jugs, poke rows of holes in with a small nail, then bury them to cap level between your garden rows spacing them so at least 4 plants are close by. Fill with water as needed, close caps so no evaporation and your plants have the deep beneficial moisture that promotes healthy roots but does not over water. Earthworms also love the moist not drowned soil as well.

Lika S.
Lika P7 years ago

They're not heirlooms, but I have 3 tomato plants and 3 jalapenos. I'm looking forward to them.

mr Crowley
mr Crowley7 years ago


Eileen P.
Eileen P7 years ago


charmaine c.
Charmaine C7 years ago

Thank you! My tomato plants are just reaching a foot tall now and I was wondering what to do next. I planted Black Russian, St Pierre, Tigerella and Butcher Blood. I really hope I don't get pests and mildews! Is it safe to use Bio soap sprays on vegetables?

Lynn C.
Lynn C7 years ago

{Posted this to favorites. Thanks.

Heather B.
Past Member 7 years ago

Thanks, Cris.

Dianne D.
Dianne D7 years ago

My Doctor just took me off tomato's. It promotes infection in the body. Now that I can't have them, I crave them. Hopefully I can start on them soon and will try the heirloom.