tomato seedlings

Starting Seeds, Tomatoes

trays 3
tomango purple calabash
san marzano giant belgium
tomato tray 1 trays
They’re small, but I have lots of varieties. And they are growing well. I bring the tomatoes outside for extra light when the temperature is above 50 F. Otherwise, they are on a window sill.

Solanum lycopersicum

5 Comments. Leave new

  • Kathy,
    They look so healthy! I’m in the process of transplanting mine into the garden. Here in the South days are getting hotter with still a slight (very) chill in the air. I am enjoying your blog so much. Thanks for all the insight and inspiration you’ve given me and the rest of the gardening community.


  • Kathy,
    I’m a relatively new gardener and I find myself drawn to your blog. I enjoy looking at all the pictures, especially the vegetables.

  • Nice seedlings. What kind of soil are they in? Do you use any fertilizer?

  • Great looking seedlings! I’m in NJ and have a much smaller vegetable plot than you do. Thank you for your inspiration.

  • My seed trays all have Miracle Gro potting soil. I get the mega bag at Costco in the spring for a good price. It has fertilizer adder already. Occasionally, I need to add more – my peppers look like they could use more now. I keep trying to remember to do this.

    Thanks for the nice comments!


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