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- Grow Mini Tomatoes at home!
- Tomato contains plenty of fiber, as well as vitamins and lycopene, an antioxidant that lowers your risk of certain diseases.
- By adding homegrown fresh mini tomatoes in your salads, cocktails and sandwiches, you're already winning the health game!
- Easiest way to stock up on healthy antioxidants and vitamins.
- Perfect fresh addition to home gourmet food.
- Mini tomato is easy to grow in your Click & Grow indoor garden.
- You'll get a garden-to-plate experience in your own kitchen.
- The Click & Grow tomato actually tastes like your grandma's homegrown tomato.
- Sprouts in: 7 - 14 days. Harvest in: 14 - 18 weeks. Grows best at: 20°C – 35°C.
- Please note! Only mature fruits of the Mini Tomato are edible, the rest of the plant is poisonous and should not be consumed.
- You can speed up the germination process by raising the temperature to 79°F (26°C).
- Tomatoes love the warmth and dislike sudden temperature changes e.g. cool breeze. They grow well, however, in hot climates and at temperatures such as 86°F (30°C).
- If multiple seeds germinate, leave one seedling to grow per pod to ensure enough space and nutrients for the plant to grow.
- Do not cut or prune your Mini Tomato plant before fruiting - it will form flowers and fruits at the top of the plant.
- Once your plant is flowering, its little yellow flowers need to be pollinated by hand to produce fruit. Do this by gently shaking your plants to mimic a bee or use your hand or a small brush to carry pollen from one blossom to the next.
- It takes a little while for the fruits to form after pollination. Allow yellow petals to fall off by themselves. Please note that not every flower becomes a fruit.