[tomato] Sweet 100's grown inside...

Thomas Giannou (Tomato@GlobalGarden.com)
Fri, 9 Apr 1999 11:09:17 -0700

Wouldn't it be nice if the Tomato plant could be grown as prolifically as
Kudzu?  I think I'll be adding a sweet 100 Cherry Tomato plant alongside my
40" bell pepper plant in my living room.  The pepper plant produces nice
bell peppers every month.  I've got a large pot and I'll have to nuke some
soil from outside and get the tomato growing with BioVam Mycorrhiza (of
course.)   Has anyone out there tried raising a sweet 100 inside?
I have a large southern exposure window that gets lots of sun (when it's
available) and as long as I keep the pots well watered, they seem to grow
very well.

My living room is starting to look like a nursery.  We always have a lot of
plants in the house, but maybe this is going too far.  As long as the dogs
leave the tomato's alone, it should work out.  I like the idea of having
tomatoes available all year round.

The pepper plant seems to be self-pollinating.  Are Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato
plants self pollinating?  Or, do I have to go over the blossoms with a

Thomas Giannou
Spokane, Washington