Why does your tomato plant have flowers but no tomatoes?

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If the air is extremely still for weeks at a time, or you are growing tomatoes indoors, you can get blooms that do not "set" into fruit. This is because they are not getting pollinated. Tomatoes are self-pollinating, but they need at least a light breeze, or American-native pollinators to disturb them.

You can easily fix this, simply by gently shaking the entire plant (very gently) every day or two.

Note that honeybees are an invasive species from the Old World, while tomato plants are native to the Americas; No plants native to the Americas need, or even can use, honeybees for pollination. Pumpkins need squash bees, tomatoes air-pollinate, corn is pollinated by birds, wind, and large American insects, et cetera.
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No flowers on tomato plants?

You may have got a male plant. These plants do not bear fruit. They are grown to pollinate female plants.

Why doesn't my tomato plant have tomatos?

Conditions Are too Good The mostcommon reason why an apparently healthy tomato plant has no fruit,when growing outdoors, is that its soil is too fertile. Tomatoplants go to

Is a tomato a flowering plant?

Yes. Although the flowers are fairly insignificant and it is grown for fruit production it is still a flowering plant i.e. it flowers.

Does a tomato come from a flowering plant?

yes it comes from a flowering plant- Lycopersicum esculentum.

How do you grow tomato from a tomato plant?

Tomatoes are easy to grow from a plant. The main things the plant needs are good, loose soil, water, sunshine, and more sunshine. A great way to get good soil is to throw

Do tomato have flowers?

The tomato plant certainly does have flowers. Generally they are yellow, bell-shaped flowers visited by bees that bring the pollen to the pistil, though most are wind pollinat