The Dirt on Saving Tomato Seeds | 3 Easy ways
Last updated: 9/17/18
Take a poll of all your family and friends and ask what vegetable would they would grow. You will probably hear growing tomatoes as one of the most popular vegetables growing choices.
It seems that most gardeners always brag about their tomatoes when asked about their progress of your their garden.
You might be one of those garden newbies who just planted the first tomato plant that you grabbed at the local hardware store or garden nursery. Have you ever thought about actually growing tomatoes from seed? It really is not too difficult to grow them from seed, so why not save the tomato seeds from one of your plants this year.
You have a few options on how you want to save tomato seeds. All of these different ways to save tomato seeds are not too difficult to do. In fact, one of the ways is so simple that it takes no effort on your part to do it.
The 3 ways are 1. Do nothing and let nature save them for you, 2. Put some more effort into it, to save the seeds, and the last option is to 3. Maximize your chances of saving the seeds for multiple years.
These tips can be applied to any type of tomatoes such as cherry, Roma, big beef, Brandywine and many more different tomato varieties. Let’s get into the dirt of saving tomato seeds and saving them like a Green Thumb Gardener.