Yes, would it be better in the ground
Sorry Dorothy what would be better in the ground?
30 Aug, 2010
Hi Dorothy, Welcome to GOY, Once you have asked a question, you can say thanks or comment in the "Answer the question" box. You do not need to go to "Ask a question " box. Takes a little time to navigate around this site , but when you get the hang of it, it's quite easy.
Thank you Littlelegs for your welcome, it does take a while to get the hang of things. Its my age you know ! I'm new to the internet and spend hours "finding " my way around.
I,m spending more time on the computer than in my garden and I prefer to be in the garden.So I,m going to water my tomatoes now !
Thankyou Littlelegs for your welcome. It does take me a while to get the hang of things - its my age you know ! I,m new to the internet and spend more time on the computer than in my garden, so I'm off to water my tomatoes !
You're getting the hang of it now dorothy, but you only need to reply once. :o). By the sound of things , you are lucky to have tomatoes ripening where you are.
Yes, stone fruit, especially cherries are better in the ground. They hate warm roots which they get in a pot plus they like an even movement of moisture to their roots, not the alternating conditions in a pot.
Thankyou for all your tips on my Stella cherry trees. They are now safely in the ground and look fine. Can't wait for next year for some lovely cherries
2 Sep, 2010
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