I know it's only January, but it is time to start planning the vegetable garden.
Some plants--tomatoes, for example--do best when planted as transplants, rather than planted directly as seeds. The time to start growing transplants indoors is generally 6-8 weeks prior to the time you want to plant them outside.
January is a great time to pour over seed catalogs, inventory what seeds you already have, and plan what you want to grow.
Though the last frost date is more than 2 months away, I will probably start tomato seeds soon. I'm just impatient that way.
Are you planning to have a garden this year? Do you start seeds indoors?
Thanks for the anticipation of home-grown tomatoes.
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