God bless my husband. Every time he steps outside to plant something or experiment with seeds I freak out and try to stop him.
I don’t know what it is about gardening but it brings out this raging perfectionist in me. Horrible, I know.
I just have this image in my head of what a garden should look like…
…and anything less I assume isn’t worth my time. Or anybody else’s.
Well, not so with the hubs. When it comes to gardening he flies by the seat of this pants and gets an absolute kick out of experimenting.
Can you believe that? Experimenting. Pfft, what’s wrong with people these days?
You don’t experiment with Mother Nature.
You buy heirloom-certified seeds off the net, take your soil to get tested at the local county extension office, follow an exact set of instructions and start seedlings indoors at a specific temperature for a predetermined length of time.
Yes, that is what you do and any other way is a complete waste of time and energy.
So, without further ado here is my husband’s time-consuming, meticulous method for growing tomatoes:
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Photo Credit: The Modern Gardener