The Backyard Genie Grows Roma Tomatoes, from Seed to Delicious Recipes

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Whether it’s spring or even in early fall here in south Texas, you can plant delicious Roma Tomatoes.  The Backyard Genie will show you how to do it all step-by-step from planting the seeds, transplanting into the garden, pruning for healthy plants, feeding, harvesting and delicious recipes for your harvested Tomatoes.

Did we say step-by-step?  Yep to that.

In many of the videos, I started the seeds in the fall and harvested in December.  In the most recent videos it was the other ‘season’ around.  You can start your seeds the same way in February for an early summer harvest.  You can follow along with the Backyard Genie each week either by hovering over the tab at the top of this page and a drop down menu will appear with the different weeks.  Or at the bottom of this page, you can click on the hyperlink for the week that you are wanting.

Don’t forget at the end of the season, when we harvest the beautiful Roma Tomatoes, I will share a couple of delicious recipes you can try with your Roma Tomatoes.

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PS….if you haven’t gotten your Roma Tomato Seeds yet, you can order through Ramona’s Basil Garden Gifts

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