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Old 05-10-2007, 02:41 PM   #1
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I've got a bag and a half of soil left and want to plant some tomatoes..would it be better to go ahead and get the plants themselves vs the seeds or what? Last thursday I planted a bunch of cucumber seeds and I've already got little green sprouts coming up. Not sure what would be best this late in the game...I'm in south GA if that helps any. TIA (i'm also container gardening if that makes a difference too)

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Personally I would get plants, but that's just me. In CA we can have some HOT days and colder nights being close to the ocean so sometimes our seedlings don't make it b/c of the drastic temp changes. We did our carrots, beans & pumpkins by seed, we'll be doing our corn by seed as well.
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thanks mama i'll get the plants
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