Tomato Tree is a product that can be used to easily grow tomatoes at home. It is composed of several small containers filled with a soil-like growing material that has already been planted with seeds. Tomato trees as high as eight feet tall will grow from each pot if a few care steps are followed. They only need light, water and movement to a bigger pot when they outgrow the starter kit. Each tomato can be as big as two pounds.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Tomato Tree is $10.00 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Tomato Tree by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.95 for a total price of $25.9.
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Does It Really Work?
Yes, Tomato Tree contains all of the requirements to get started growing the plants. The substrate is already seeded and arranged in sectional pots, so the customer just needs to place it in a spot that is accessible to enough light and add water as required. Plants will get a healthy start in the included pots and can then be transplanted when necessary to allow for maximum growth.
- Clean Startup
Getting plants started can become an unpleasant job quickly. Dirt is practically a necessity, so it immediately presents a large problem when growing at home. These trees come as prepackaged kits with the growing substance already placed, saving the customer from a potentially messy situation.
- Huge Production Capability
Tomato Tree has the potential to produce six plants ( with bonus purchase ) from a single starter pack. These trees can then each grow to a size exceeding eight feet and may provide single tomatoes as big as two pounds. One harvest typically yields a large number of tomatoes and can be repeated as regularly as each week after initial growth period.
- Instant Variety
If the bonus offer is taken then the starter kits received by customers will have already been seeded with two different kinds of tomato plants. In addition to the traditional tomatoes found in the three plant package, purchasers will get three plants they refer to as "Big Earlies". Unsurprisingly, they are called this because they have a tendency to be larger than the other variety and can be harvested earlier.
It is an unavoidable fact that plants need space to grow. This is also true for the often unseen root section which is vital for the organism's survival. When the Tomato Tree sprouts become too big for their starter container, it will be necessary to move them to a larger pot with new soil.
- Still a Plant
Tomato Tree produces a living thing that needs care like all others. Plants have a few characteristics and needs that potential customers may not be prepared for. Tomatoes grow in a seasonal pattern that can vary according to local climate and they can get sick because of invasive bugs, fungus or other plants. Some research into plant care may be necessary in order to get the most out of this product.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What if They Don't Grow?
The inclusion of a seeded substrate makes it unlikely that a buyer would be left with fewer plants than advertised. However, as a safety precaution for such an occasion the makers are offering a thirty day money back guarantee. Tomato germination is usually visible within five to ten days of initial care starting, so the thirty day period is plenty of time in case the plants are just late bloomers.
- Can a Buyer Get Just One?
No, at the present time the Tomato Tree can only be purchased as a three for the price of two specialty pack. A second three tree kit of another tomato variety can also be added for only an extra shipping fee.