Tomato Blossom No Tomatoes


My plants are flowering but they have no tomatoes.

I don't think at this point in the season you have anything to worry about.

For example, my tomato plants have been in the ground for around 3 weeks. I won't expect any fruit on them for several more weeks. Several varieties of plants won't have fruit ready to eat for nearly 3 months from the time you plant them.
Unless you live in a warm climate and the plants have been in the ground for much longer than what we're talking, just keep up a good fertilizing schedule and try to be patient.

I hope this helps out!

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