Jan 7, 2019
What if I told you that you can use tomatoes instead of seeds? Crazy as it may sound, overripe and rotten tomatoes are your best friends, starting from now.
The only thing you need to do is find some pots, dirt and slices of tomatoes. The process is extremely easy and yet fulfilling, because at the end of the process you will get fresh, organic tomatoes.
Follow these simple steps and get yourself some new friends in your garden:
Take four slices of rotten tomatoes, every one of them should be around a quarter inch thick or maybe thicker in order for the seeds to be exposed to the soil.
Place the slices on the top of a large pile of potting soil in the pot.
Cover the slices with another layer of soil, but the soil should be thick enough so the tomato plants can sprout
Water your tomatoes regularly.