Sunday, June 1, 2008

My Husky Cherry Red Hybrid Tomato Plant is almost ready again. This is the first Tomato Plant that I have ever tried to grow upside down. I started my upside down tomato plant back in Feb. 2008. I have had 1 harvest since then and this is my second. I am not sure if it is because the tomato plant is Upside Down or what but there are never any leaves on the plant. Can anyone explain this for me. The Upside down Tomato Plant still produces very tasty Tomatoes but only 2 at a time. I don't know I am just going to go with it. If anyone can explain why my Upside Down Tomato Plant acts this way please let me know. If you would like to read my previous posts on my Upside Down Tomato Plant then click here. For now, here are a few pictures of my new Husky Cherry Red Hybrid Upside Down Tomatoes.


Neza said...

A plant without leaves is bad news. I wouldn't expect it to last very long in that state. Look inside the bucket to see if any more are trying to grow. Also, tomatoes need lots of fertilizer and sun.
Read my latest blog post titled: "LEAF ME ALONE"

The Rock and Roll Gardener

Anonymous said...

that thing looks dead: some kind of abuse, newbie mistake, or something..