Tomatoes can be used in various dishes, including soups, pasta, salsas, and chilis. Growing your own could save you money (and give you more excellent flavor) if you eat a lot of tomatoes.
While planting a tomato seedling is the most usual way to begin a fresh harvest, there are other possibilities. Here are four methods for ensuring an endless supply of your favorite fruit:
Bury tomato slices
That is not a misprint; you heard it first here. The Wannabe Homesteader offers a straightforward and low-cost solution. A ripe tomato, planting soil, and a few containers will suffice.