This year I wanted my garden to set me up to be as sustainable as possible and to be honest I guess I wanted to learn the hard way. I bought all heirloom with the idea that I would be seed saving and I have on the plants that have survived the drought and heat. My issue falls with the tomatoes, I started everything in the garden by direct seed since I don't have a greenhouse or even a good south facing window so the tomatoes took forever to get up and going. Well to bring this to my point the tomatoes never have produced any fruits but if they do would you think they would have enough time to ripen so I could at least get enough seeds to start again next year. The conundrum is that if I leave them they take up a lot of room in the garden that I could use for fall plants so if you would please advise. Would you take them out and just call a loss a loss or keep the hope alive?