A: Cary, We recommend you transplant any indeterminate style tomato but any determinate or bush type will work great in the cage provided.
A: Yes, I bought mine there last week on Sunday and it was $3.00 for the 4.5” pots. Great deal and the plants were hearty, full of color, and blooming already.
A: It would be nice if they put the 5 for $15 on a sign somewhere. Nice selection, I passed because everything was marked full retail. I have other options that are free.
A: Take it back to the store they will refund your money or give you 5 new plants
A: Mjessup, please contact us via email@example.com
A: I don't know about a warranty, however, I have had fantastic luck with these tomatoes. It sounds like they got cold. Try putting them in new potting soil and try to find a little warmer area, also some sunshine. Should do okay.
A: Cityfarmer, This tomato will need to be transplanted into a larger container soon. You can still keep it in doors in a sunny spot. They require 6+ hours of sun a day. A Better Boy Tomato will not be a good choice to grow indoors due to they can reach 7ft. high.
A: A tomato plant can be grown indoors year around as long as the plant is kept in a southern window, the temperature is kept a 65 degrees.
A: As long as it stays healthy with the water and sunlight it gets in its pot in the window. But it will be happier in the ground as soon as the danger of a freeze is over! Better Boys are hardy, but they grow fastest in well tended gardens.