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My parents started a seed kit with my 5 year old niece for fun. How it started->how it’s going

My parents started a seed kit with my 5 year old niece for fun. How it started->how it’s going

RespectTheTree

That house belongs to the tomato now.


Foragegrub

Wow! That turned out well!


Internal-Test-8015

Little shop of Horrors up in this joint.


palefreckles24

Pretty much. They thought it’d be a cute little 3 ft plant but now they can’t use those stairs😂


Internal-Test-8015

Yeah the best parts gonna be when they have to clean up all the dead stems and leaves.


LadyDomme7

The real question is where did they get the kit, lol. Edit: grammar


palefreckles24

I just asked and it was a packet of seeds from Lowe’s and a pod starter thing.


LadyDomme7

Thank you very much!


OttoVonWong

Are your parents looking to adopt? Pretty please?


me-gustan-los-trenes

After seeing the third picture, I expected the fourth to be the house totally taken over by tomatos.


meontheweb

That looks awesome - tip: cut back the plant; you want to grow tomatoes, not foliage. I grew only 8 plants this year on my deck (in planters as I'm in a townhouse) and got about 10lbs of tomatoes off them with at least another 3-5 lbs left to pick. A lot of videos on YT showing what to cut back. Good luck next year!


palefreckles24

I agree! I don’t really do plants and neither do they it was just to see if they’d grow lol


McNasty420

For a second I thought I was still in /r/holup and this was going to be giant marijuana plants


raisinghellwithtrees

This is the way.


frustratedwithwork10

I'm in AZ, when can I plant tomatoes??


Jamhawk4

Well that escalated quickly!


cruiserk

Super nice. That is how you get hooked on gardening. I noticed that some of the tomatoes are cracked so a heads up, that happens because of to much water or if the tomato passes it's prime.


MotherButterscotch44

Awesome, we’ll have a new young gardener before to long.