Yes, you can grow them this way, but the plants don't get quite as big and you don't get as many tomatoes.
That's because they are annuals and are now dying off in the autumn. Any unripe fruit can be ripened off by uprooting the plants and hanging them upside down until the fruit turns red. Alternatively, you can make green tomato chutney with all the unripe fruit.
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