If you want to grow hanging tomato plants, choose a pot that will give the tomato plenty of room to grow, with a mix of cocoa and soil, and hang the plants in sunlight or near a grow light. A professional garden store manager explains in this free video on tomatoes and indoor vegetable gardens.
Hi, I'm Tamara from Sunland Hydroponics. And today, I'll be showing you how to plant tomatoes in hanging pots or baskets. And first, you want to take it out of the pre-pot that it comes in. You want to loosen up the fertilizer a little bit, or whatever medium it might come in. It might come in soil, cocoa. And then, you want to have your pot filled with, it doesn't matter what medium, and you don't have to match the mediums from whatever it comes in. It could be soil right into cocoa, or cocoa onto soil, it doesn't matter. So, you just want to make a little bit of room for it, and then you want to just put it right deep enough in there. And, this pot is actually going to give this tomato plant a lot of room to root and grow, which is exactly what we want. You can just take the chain that these pots or baskets come with usually, and you want to just hook each corner onto each latch, just like that. You want to hang it by any sunlight, or if it's indoors, a grow light. And, you want to feed it accordingly. By the touch of the soil, you could see if it's going to be dry, then you want to feed it, which is usually around every two days. And, I'm Tamara from Sunland Hydroponics, and that's how you grow tomato plants in hanging baskets.