When to Plant Tomatoes in Central Pennsylvania?

Generally, once the chance of frost has passed, around the middle to late May in Central Pennsylvania, tomato seedlings can be planted outdoors. Seeds can be started indoors in a sunny location six to eight weeks early, depending on variety.

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Bobbi Keffer attended Kent State University, studying education but soon found her true love to be in the garden. She prides herself on her frugal skills, re-using, recycling, and re-inventing her whimsical style in her home and garden.