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Tomatoes are one of the easiest plants to grow in containers and even if the only space you have is a 12 inch square on your front deck, you have sufficient room for a tomato container garden. When picking tomato plants for your containers, select strong, stocky plants to transplant into the containers. Location the tomato plants in the container, three or four per container with between 3 to 4 inches in between plants. Water the container completely, ensuring the soil is soaked all the way down to the roots and below of the tomato plant. Water the containers more often than a traditional garden due to the fact that container gardens will dry out more easily.

A Garden Patch GrowBox Self Watering Tomato Planter