Have you ever tried re-potting a tomato plant from your garden to bring inside during the winter?
I heard that you can re-pot your tomato plants from the garden to bring inside and keep producing through the winter, with the right lighting. Has anyone ever tried this? What were your results?
I have never tried it but I can guarantee you that your home is too dark for vegetable plants. Sunny windows aren't sunny enough. You will need to provide supplemental lighting. You don't need expensive Grow Lights. They are a waste of money. Just use regular florescent lights. The shop lights you see in Home Depot and Lowes are perfect. Put a timer on them so that they will go on and off regularly, every 10 to 12 hours. Good luck and enjoy your tomatoes!
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