Free New Tomato Plants from Sideshoots

Tomato SideshootsHow to remove sideshoots from tomatoes and use them to provide free new tomato plants.

It’s very confusing to the new gardener. What are tomato sideshoots? How do I remove them? Hopefully this clip will show you.

Now if like me, you hate waste, then you can use the sideshoots you take off early in the season to produce new plants for free.

Just dib a hole into compost with your finger, drop the sideshoot in and water well. In a matter of a few weeks you’ll have a whole new plant on the go. You don’t need to fuss about. It really is that easy. The one I demonstrated in this clip was just left on the table and grew away strongly.

There’s a lot more on growing tomatoes on the site.

Posted in John's Gardening Tips
4 comments on “Free New Tomato Plants from Sideshoots
  1. julie says:

    looked at some of your vidios,and they are so helpful. so thank you very much

  2. Kathryn says:

    I’ve just watched the video on new plants from side shoots on tomatoes.
    I’ve been growing tomatoes forever, and never knew that. Can’t wait to try it, thanks ….

  3. Richie says:

    Hi just watched your video on side shoots, will carrying this out in the future
    heres hoping thank you

  4. Dave says:

    Hi, just looked at video regarding using side shoots for new plants, fantastic tip, will try that, thank you very much.

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