One tomato plant produces 10 to 15 pounds of fruit in a season. One standard cherry tomato plant is usually enough for a whole family's needs. Tomatoes are grown in 95 percent of home vegetable gardens. They take little growing space when supported vertically.
About the Author
Joan Norton, M.A., is a licensed psychotherapist and professional writer in the field of women's spirituality. She blogs and has two published books on the subject of Mary Magdalene: "14 Steps To Awaken The Sacred Feminine: Women in the Circle of Mary Magdalene" and "The Mary Magdalene Within."