Tiny Tim - container size ?
I am growing Tiny Tim's for the first time this year, to replace the large cherry tomato plants I've used in the past. I wanted to increase the growing area for my full-size tomatoes, so my traditional cherry tomatoes had to go. I chose the Tiny Tims because of their compact size and convenience of being able to grow them in containers. But, I don't know how small a container is too small. I don't want the container to dwarf the plant (a tiny plant in a huge container is ridiculous looking, even if I put two or three plants in it), but at the same time, I don't want the container so small as to stunt the growth or fruiting of the plant either!
I was thinking a 2 gallon container would be about the right size for such a small plant, am I correct, or do I need to go bigger? (Tiny Tim's are only supposed to get about 2 feet tall and 1.5 feet wide at the biggest, usually 10-16" tall, as I understand it.)