Making a tomato bed attractive.
I have 21 varieties of tomatoes - trying one of each this year.
I'm building a new bed for them, either 8x3 or 8x4.
I'd like to do some pretty supports - but this year - it may be cheap and functional.
So the flowers and arrangement of the tomatoes plants will be key.
I'm leaning towards the 8x4 bed to give more space, and grouping the tomatoes into groups of 3 so it doesn't look like a planted field. I have seeds for borage, which I hear is good companion-wise with toms and some princess aster seeds (pink/red/wht) and white alyssum. So thinking to have triangles of borage and the asters (both about 30" with a cover of alyssum interspersed with lettuce after first planting out - replaced with basil later in summer.
Also maybe 2 tall trellises of purple podded bean in the middle of each half of the bed to give some height differences....