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Does anyone know what this plant is?
What is this ? Is it eatable ?
Whats this plant in my yard?
Some type of willow?
Unknown Tree found in Melbourne, Australia
What is this tree? On the edge of a beach in NY.
Tomatoes can basically grow roots out of their whole stem so that’s whats happening. It’s pretty common after a lot of rain for it to start doing it. What I do is bury that part of the stem with fresh compost makes for a healthier sturdier plant. I’m not sure about the wilting, but that could be from it getting root bound.
Thanks. I have my tomatoes in 5 gallon buckets, should I repot in something larger? The flowering period seems to be over so I'm not sure if it's worth it. I've never done tomatoes in containers, but tried some on my roof this year since my yard is getting too shady with my trees over the past few years.
5 gallons are fine it might be something different. Depends on the tomato but some don’t stop flowering they are called in-determinant and ones that go through flowering cycles called determinant.
How many in each bucket? I did buckets, it was fine with 1 or 2 plants but the buckets that had more didnt do well.
If you do end up sticking it in a bucket and over-wintering it, be prepared to stay on-top of pruning it. I had some indeterminate ones (4th of july tomato) and they would grow a huge forest of tomato vines in my basement if I left them alone for a month.
Aerial roots. Too wet.