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By Pamela Crawford, author, Easy Container Combos: Vegetables & Flowers
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Most tomatoes stop setting fruit at high temperatures. Pamela planted “Heatwave” in July with temperatures above 90 degrees most days, yet it looks great and will continue to bear fruit until temperatures hit the 100 degree mark. Plus she used an inexpensive trellis for support. To learn more, click here .


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