By Michelle Fabio
Here at Tomato Casual, we’ve talked before about when you should start sowing your tomato seeds, and now the time is finally here (if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, of course).
As a reminder, the most important date you need to know is the expected date of the last frost in your area.
Your plants should be ready to be planted outside about two to three weeks after that, which means that you’ll want to start your seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before you’ll want to transplant them so they have a good running start.
Remember that you can follow Michael’s tomato growing season here at Tomato Casual, but we also want to know–are you growing tomatoes this year?
And have you planted them yet?