Tomatillo Plants

First Time Tomatillo Grower

kunfuzed79 added on July 12, 2011 | Answered

I only planted one not knowing that I needed two. If I was to buy another plant this late in the season, would the mature plant begin to fruit? It has had blossoms for some time now. I didn't know why it wasn't getting fruit. PLEASE tell me if I buy another plant and get it in the ground that there is still enough time for me to get some later in the season!

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Answered on July 16, 2011

There should be, particularly since you simply need the second plant for fertilizing the first. Try to find as large a plant as possible to plant as your second plant and provide it with plenty of water to help encourage it to grow quickly.

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