In January I planted my tomato seeds for my Spring/Summer garden. (What’s in the Greenhouse-Seedlings post
). In February, after the seedlings grew a set or two of true leaves, I transplanted them into small foam cups. (What’s I the greenhouse- you win some you lose some
) I have 179 tomato plants. These young seedlings had lived a sheltered and pampered life in the greenhouse. To make it in the “real world” of the garden, they needed a transition period in the garden. Each day the plants were gradually exposed to the wind, sun, and rain. Without this gradual exposure to the elements, you would find them limp and withe…..
Source: What’s in the Garden? Tomato Plants – Our Little Ways