21/366: now it’s a rogue tomato plant

Looking at my little herb garden, I spied another rogue plant. This time it is a tomato seedling.

Again, this is probably due to my utilising compost when I created this little pot. It rests next to the patio which is not far from the kitchen. If the herbs are located too far away, you are less likely to use them.

Sometimes when you transplant something it ends up dying. I intend to leave this plant exactly where it is and see what happens. Even one resultant tomato would be a bonus.

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