Love the idea of growing tomatoes , but not sure where to start? Grab a pot and some cherry tomato seedlings. They're amazingly easy to grow, and even one plant will bear a steady crop of bite-size fruits all season. There are a few varieties you can choose from when planting cherry tomatoes.
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How long do tomatoes take to mature? – Laidback Gardener
Growing tomatoes is a great way for Floridians to start growing vegetables. No matter which part of the state you live in, you'll benefit from either long or multiple growing seasons for this hearty kitchen staple. Plus, learn how to grow tomatoes from seed or young plants and you'll be armed with knowledge that you can apply to the rest of your garden. Either way, you'll be amazed by how many different varieties there are to choose from, including heirloom, beefsteak, cherry, and paste-style tomatoes. The "when" of growing tomatoes in Florida is perhaps the trickiest part to master. In North Florida, plants are started in February, after the last frost, so they will produce the most tomatoes before summer heat sets in.
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Why grow tomatoes from seed? There are always plenty of tomato plants for sale at local garden centers, but for the largest variety, you will need to consider growing tomatoes from seed. Since tomatoes are heat lovers, most gardeners don't have growing seasons long enough to start tomatoes from seed outdoors.
Growing from seed gives you the chance to experiment with some of these more unusual varieties. As with all things agrarian, timing, genetics and environment have to be in alignment to reap the rewards of your efforts. Tomato seeds are almost always started indoors — whether in a greenhouse or a sunny window ledge — and then transplanted to beds once they have at least a few leaves and an established root system. Starting seeds indoors is optional with many vegetables, but tomato seeds need a constant soil temperature of at least 60 degrees, and preferably 80 degrees, to germinate. Tomatoes originate deep in the tropics; temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit are their death knell.