When Should Tomato Seeds Be Planted to Be Ready for Spring?

Determine the average date of the last frost for your area and start your seeds six to eight weeks before that date. Set your tomatoes out one to two weeks after that last frost date.

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Jenn Mercer is a Writer, Poet, and Translator (French > English) living in Raleigh, NC. She has Bachelors degrees in both English (Creative Writing) and French from NC State University. Mercer has been published in the Grapevine, Astropoetica, Talkin Blues, Nth Degree, the CATI Quarterly, The Fix, and Uncle John's Bathroom Reader for Kids.