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Yes, would it be better in the ground



Sorry Dorothy what would be better in the ground?

30 Aug, 2010



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.

30 Aug, 2010


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 !

30 Aug, 2010


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 !

30 Aug, 2010


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.

30 Aug, 2010


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.

30 Aug, 2010


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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