Tomato Plants

Tomato Garden and Winter Annuals


Lindsay Steiner added on February 6, 2018 | Answered

I have a raised bed planter for tomatoes and live in the DC area. The only cool/cold weather annuals around here are pansies, cabbage and kale. Can any of these be planted in the tomato planter in the off season and not have a negative impact on the tomatoes (just to make the planter more attractive- its in the front yard)?


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BushDoctor
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Answered on February 7, 2018

Yes, absolutely! This will not hurt a thing. The tomatoes will kill off any remaining plants when they are planted out. There would be no problem in doing this.

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