What do you grow in Austin, TX when everything you try dies?
I'm actually commenting on your tip. I live outside Dripping Springs and grew tomatoes for the first time here last year. One end of my tomato row got shade from about 3:00 on. Those tomatoes were the most productive over the summer. Some were sweet 100s and I think one was a Cherokee Purple. I grew them in Earth Boxes. This year I'm growing all my tomatoes where they get shade starting at 3-4P. They are in 15-20 gallon pots or earth boxes and get watered every day. I think I will again be able to harvest tomatoes until I get tired of covering them up for October frosts.
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