Every year, my tomato crop is the envy of my peers. Not only do I harvest them seemingly non-stop, the fruits are large, bright and perfect in every way. Each year, I start my tomatoes in the greenhouse. Once they are moved out to the garden, I follow these steps (Note: tomatillos are featured in this photo. I use the same process with them): 1) Make sure soil is prepared. 2) Plant the tomatoes into the soil. 3) For indeterminate tomatoes, place a sturdy pole or stake near the tomatoes. For determinate, I usually use a standard tomato wire cage.