Gardening Tips: Signs Your Tomato Plants Are Done For the Season & Ready to Be Replaced 

A few signs that your tomato plants are likely done for the season and can be removed. 

 

  1. They’re not producing fruit anymore.
  2. They’re looking scraggly and dried out.
  3. They’re not producing much new foliage You can pull them out, root and all. Or you can cut them at their base and let the roots decompose.

Since we’re replanting in the next few days, we went with option 1. Over the next few weeks we’ll be replanting new tomatoes (tomatoes grow well in Florida during fall) in 4 of the Garden Grid™ squares and eventually leaf lettuce in the remaining 4 squares. 

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