tomatoe plants - Knowledgebase Question

San Francisco, Ca
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Question by jdmsf
August 7, 2010
I am from the E. Coast and I get disoiented with the seasods in S.F. It's hadr to keep track of what season it is. Questiom: Is it too late to plant my little tomatoe seedlings. Thanks

Answer from NGA
August 7, 2010
You can garden almost year around in San Francisco but tomatoes will only grow and produce fruit if planted in April. The summers are short in San Francisco so you'll want to choose cool season or short season tomato varieties and get them into the garden in April. You can plant other veggies this time of year. Plant leaf lettuces, radishes, chives, beans and peas. Enjoy!

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