Tomatoes can be grown indoors, in containers or gardens. Here’s all you need to grow tomatoes, whether you’re an experienced gardener or a novice.

It’s crucial to select the right tomato variety for your growing conditions. Some tomatoes grow better in warm climates while others are tolerant of cooler temperatures. There are also determinate or indeterminate tomato varieties that affect the way the plant grows.

Planting tomatoes in a sunny area with soil that drains well is essential. To allow air circulation, they should be placed about two feet apart.

Water tomatoes regularly, especially during hot and humid weather. Fertilize the plants with a balanced fertilizer every few weeks to encourage healthy growth and fruit.

To prevent the plants from breaking or falling, stakes or supports may be needed as they grow. You can use cages, stakes or trellises to do this.