Answer: Most seeds can be started about 6 weeks before your last frost date and can be set outdoors about 2 weeks after your last frost. If May 15 is your usual last frost, add 2 weeks to that, making your target date of June 1 for setting your plants outdoors. Count back 8 weeks and according to my calculations, you should start your seeds indoors April 1st. You can fudge a few days in either direction and still have healthy seedlings ready to go outdoors when the weather warms in June. Hope this information helps!
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