This year my aunt convinced me to try growing winter tomatoes. I took a fresh tomato that I grew this summer and cut it into thick hamburger slices and put it into potting soil. The seeds sprouted and then I transplanted the little plants after they got about 6 to 8 inches tall into large planters and now, they are starting to produce fruit!

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I'm so excited to have fresh tomatoes during the cold frozen months. I never realized that tomatoes are self-pollinating. This makes growing them in the greenhouse so easy. Now, I just have to keep them alive and producing tomatoes. I kept 5 plants as any more would over crowd the growing space I had for them.