Would you be allowed to grow tomatoes in a screened rear porch in your normal condo community?
Yes and we have a neighbor who grows tomatoes in a screened rear porch and is doing well in the process
Absolutely. First off it's screened in so it shouldn't bother anybody. I live in a homeowner's association and the only thing that bothers them, from what i've read in our contract, is if you have a garden or flower bed facing the road to keep it neat and weeded, and to keep your grass cut. Basically, keep the community looking nice to bring home values up.
by Patsy Bell Hobson 2 years ago
Why do you grow tomatoes and vegetables?I grow vegetables because I like to know where my food comes from, prefer organic produce and I like to garden. It is a miracle to complete the life cycle from seed to sun-ripened produce to seed again. Plus you get tomatoes.
by Brian Dooling 3 years ago
What's your favorite plant to grow in your vegetable/herb/fruit garden?I love growing food to eat in my garden. I have a vegetable garden, some berry plants and herbs. I love growing cherry tomatoes, raspberries and pineapple sage. What's your favorite plants to grow?
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