How do you plant?

Answer Start with some soil (dirt) and "Plant Fertilizer" or the equivalent, and your seeds. You can mix the dirt and fetilizer together, and cover your seeds about three quaters of an inch with the plant... Read More »

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Can you plant a hot pepper plant next to tomato plant?

This is an argued point all the time. I have heard recommendations of planting marigolds between the peppers and tomatoes, and it seems to work.

If a tomato plant is infected with the mosaic virus can the seeds from that plant be used to plant new plants in following years or will the virus go with it.?

No, the seeds are sometimes affected and there is no way of telling which ones they are until too late. Some viruses can be controlled on seeds by a process of fermentation, but this doesn't appear... Read More »

Can I plant a whole heirloom tomato in the ground in order to garden such a plant?

You can certainly save those tomato seeds, as heirloom tomatoes are open-pollinated and (mostly) self-pollinated and therefore grow true to parent. I've actually been doing that very thing all autu... Read More »

Which is growing Truly natural,a plant in the jungle or a plant in your garden?

First I would think what the definition of "natural" entails. Let's see. According to the Heritage Dictionary it is: Present in or produced by nature: a natural pearl.Of, relating to, or concerning... Read More »