By Kira Hamman
Short answer: Nope!
Longer answer: your options depend on where you live and how soon you simply must have ripe tomatoes, but you do still have options.
Of course, the later you start your seeds, the later your plants will bear fruit, and if you start too late it might be winter again before your plants are ready.
For most heirloom varieties, you’ll get ripe tomatoes about 10 to 12 weeks from the time you transplant the seedlings, which you’ll do about six weeks after you start them. That makes a total Read the rest of this entry »