Q. Have you guys had any luck growing winter tomatoes here in Southern Calif??? Armstrong Nursery are advertising many varieties of “Fall” tomatoes and I’m wondering if they’d be worth a try???
A fan of yours and avid gardener in South Pasadena, CA
A. Yes, if you get the cool weather varieties (like Siberia) they will do well in the fall and even produce in the winter. Of course, plant them in the sunniest part of the yard that will be sheltered from any frosts.