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Can I start my seeds now?

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Seeds and Vegetable display, text "The seedy part of town."

Question:

Can I start my seeds now?

—Dana

Answer:

Hi Dana,

Early March is the time to start seeds for cold crop veggies and some more difficult to grow perennials.  Wait until about April to start tomatoes or peppers (unless you are willing to transplant starts into a larger sized container).  The safest time to transplant veggies outdoors is around Mother’s Day.  Check out the blog for more information.

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