Tomato Plants

Life Cycle of Tomato Plants

Anonymous added on January 14, 2014 | Answered

Could you please forward me the life cycle of the tomato plant? I know it is sown from seed, but please fill me in on the rest.

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Answered on January 14, 2014

Once the plant sprouts from seed, it grows and produces flowers, which when pollinated produce fruits (tomatoes). Then the plant dies at end of season and upon warm spring temps the cycle begins all over again with new seedlings planted. For help with growing tomatoes, here is more info:

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