About Us

We all have that one friend who is a sworn enemy of the tomato. “Too acidic,” they’ll say. “Not enough flavor.” They’re always spouting off how certain other fruits and vegetables are better. But those of us in the know know the truth. The tomato is a misunderstood fruit, and once you learn how to grow and harvest it correctly, you will be rewarded with the most flavorful, juicy tomatoes imaginable.

This is where Tomato Garden Envy comes in. We are a digital blog devoted to helping novice and experienced tomato growers learn the ins and outs of growing beautiful, bountiful tomato plants. From choosing the suitable variety of tomatoes for your climate to learning when and how to harvest them, we’ve got you covered.

Meet Emily

Emily Greenfield is the mastermind behind Tomato Garden Envy. She is a seasoned horticulturist with a comprehensive educational background and extensive hands-on experience that has forged her into an expert tomato gardener. Armed with a degree in Horticulture, Emily’s formal education laid the groundwork for her deep understanding of plant biology, soil dynamics, and pest management. This educational foundation has been crucial in guiding her decisions and interventions as she tends to her thriving garden.

Emily’s journey in horticulture extends far beyond textbooks, as she has dedicated years to hands-on experience cultivating a diverse array of tomatoes. Her garden is a living testament to her expertise, showcasing a meticulous approach to planting, nurturing, and troubleshooting. Through trial and error and a genuine passion for the craft, Emily has developed an intuitive understanding of the specific needs of different tomato varieties. Her skills include optimizing soil health, managing pests, and fostering healthy plant growth and the finesse to create a vibrant and sustainable ecosystem within her gardening space. Emily’s continual pursuit of knowledge and practical skills have positioned her as a go-to expert in the community for all things related to successful tomato cultivation.

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