Tomato seedlings in the PC Grow Box

The strawberry plant got too big for the PC grow box so I planted it back outside where it is doing great. Now my tomato plants have more room to grow and have to compete less for the limited light. I have been impressed with my tomato plants in the grow box. I think this is the first year I have grown tomatoes that were not all white and leggy. One the cherry tomato (Sweetie) plants already grew enough my daughter and I had to transplant it to a large pot we will sit on our front porch that has good southern exposure.

The rest of the tomato plants are growing a little slower but should be perfect to move outside after our last frost which in my area is March 22nd.

4 Responses to “Tomato seedlings in the PC Grow Box”

  1. crstn85 Says:

    That’s awesome! With southern exposure and a sun lamp I’ve created almost the same thing in one section of my living room.Where can I look up the last frost in my area? (Northeast Mass.)


  2. The Cheap Vegetable Gardener Says:

    You can double check here but looks like yours is around 4/27 so still have plenty of time to start seedlings.


  3. Matron Says:

    You are so lucky having your last frost so soon! We are having snow here this weekend. I love your blog! will be back soon!


  4. The Cheap Vegetable Gardener Says:

    Well we still had frost the day after our last frost date hopefully we will continue to have weather like we did yesterday so I can get my plants out of my PC grow box which really look like they need so real lumens from the sun.


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