Cherokee Purple-container or ground?
Good Morning All,
I've been doing quite a bit of reading on growing tomatoes in Georgia, as I did not get the amount of tomatoes I wanted (at all) last summer (2012). In reading reviews, I noticed a lot of people commented on growing Cherokee Purples in containers with high organic matter as being a better way to grow them. Does anyone grow this tomato here in the clay zone in Georgia and, if so, do you have any thoughts on whether ground or container works better for healthy plants and strong yields....??
Thanks So Much & Please Advise,