I have been trying to figure out what this is for what feels like an eternity. I started planting tomatoes and bell peppers this March in tiny indoor seed starters. They never really grew. On a sunny day, I took the seedlings out into the sun and they died within a few hours which caused me to had to start over. By May, I had new seedlings again and since the weather was getting warmer, I began taking them out for a few hours at a time. One day, I decided to leave them out for almost twelve hours while I went to work. When I got home, most of them were dead.
Quickly, I planted them into the ground and hoped they’d survive in the fertile soil. Of the twelve plants I transplanted into the ground, only two survived and thrived. I’ve always thought these are the peppers because they’ve always seemed stronger than the tomato plants. However, this past weekend, when I went out to look, I saw tiny tomatoes sprouting from the tiny yellow flowers. So that answers my question.
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