Can I Bring My Tomato Plant Inside for the Winter?

You may bring a tomato plant indoors for the winter. Begin seeds in small containers outdoors six weeks before the first frost. Place in a window that gets at least six hours of sunlight daily. Pollinate manually after the plant flowers by tapping the leaves gently with your finger.

Keywords: growing tomatoes, indoor gardens, manual pollination

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