Tomato Plants - Knowledgebase Question

Plantation, Fl
Question by march4th1998
August 20, 2009
Are all tomato plants annuals?

Answer from NGA
August 20, 2009


Tomato plants are actually perennials but in most of the U.S. the temperatures get cold and the plants die in the fall or winter months. In Florida you have a good chance of keeping a tomato plant alive for two or three years. After that time it gets rangy and non-productive and should be replaced.

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