Hello, again! In a few short weeks the tomato seedlings we transplanted in the greenhouse this week will be ready to plant in your garden. The first crop of tomato plants were transplanted earlier this year, and we have been selling them for a couple of weeks. After selling out in a few days, I was looking at our seed inventory and decided to start a crop for early May when we typically have dozens of var ieties to select from.
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