I have three large heirloom tomato plants in a self-watering (sub-irrigated) container that do not seem very happy:
1. light green leaves
2. mangled mutant-looking green tomatoes
3. brown, shriveled blossoms
Some of the brown blossoms have tiny mutant tomatoes growing from them, others are just sad, shrivel-y and crispy.
I have the container behind some low juniper bushes in front of my house - the only spot that I have with 6+ hours of direct sun.
Anyone have any advice for what I'm dealing with here?
On the bright side, the delicata squash next to these plants is very happy: