Give Your Tomato Plants a Second Chance this Summer
- by Elena Acoba - AZ Daily Star - July 29, 2012.
Nearly 20 fall and winter vegetables can be planted in August, according to "The Tucson Garden Handbook" by Pima County Cooperative Extension master gardeners.
"In a perfect world, I would leave tomatoes in the ground until it would freeze," says Mary Sisson Eibs, who's an educator and in charge of the gardening program at The Haven, a substance-abuse treatment center.
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