Fire Posts: 17,116
edited September 2018 in Fruit & veg
I have an outside cherry tom plant, I don't know what variety (seemingly none of the ones I remember planting). It's about four ft tall and looks healthy and triffidy. They were probably planted into a compost/manure mix, so lots of leafage. It has a variety of ripe toms, very hard green toms and flowers.
As the temps drop, should I cut back some (maybe a third) of the branches and remove the flowers? At the moment I imagine it's around three weeks from flower to ripe fruit, but things are really slowing down. Should I up the feeding? it's in the sunniest spot I have in the garden.
It looks a bit like the below plant. x