How long does it take to grow plants from seed that are ready to plant by May 30th?

2 Answers

  1. Helene Wollin wrote on :

    Apple Pie is right – depends on the plant. If you are talking greens or chard or cabbages or spinach, then they could be good sized within a couple of weeks. For things like tomatoes and peppers, some people in shorter growing areas even start them in February and keep transplanting them into bigger and bigger pots until things warm up enough to get them into the ground.

  2. Joan Ross wrote on :

    Depends on the plant. I have a little indoor green house and I plant seeds in small peat containers in mid to late April. I pant tomatoes, cukes, zucchini and usually by the end of May they are large enough to place in the ground

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