In the foyer they get about 4 direct hours of sun.
They need some more than that..
Like 6~8 I believe..
Lot's of sunshine too!!!
The soil we used, was bought at HD and it said it is for Vegetables
Can you check the label for me.????
Does it have a fertilizer on it, like a 10~60~10
or a 20~5~5???
If it's Miracle Grow, usually that's filled with a nitrogen based fertilizer, and will promote a lush green growth..
*which you don't really need for them.*
My tomato plants are getting very gangly looking, they are about 14" tall, but the stalk is looking so thin.
I'd almost say, REPOT THEM, or replant them into the soil and plant
them deeper, right up to the bottom leaves, or strip a few leaves/branches off and then plant
up to the top set of leaves...
The tomato will root from that long stem,
give you a better root system for feeding it's self and for sturdyness...
had a MUSHROOM popping up next to one of my plants...Is that odd???
but when I was planting them, there was a BOATLOAD of wood pieces in there, and there still is, I wasn't happy about it, but I used it anyway.
The mushrooms are from the decomposing pieces of wood...
The actual mushroom I don't believe will hurt the tomato plant
, but the decomposing process of the wood may rob or steal the nitrogen away from the plant