When and Where to Plant Tomatoes: Important Notes You Should Know


Tomato plants may be grown almost anywhere and at any time provided the correct circumstances are present. However, many tomato growing aficionados do not have such good fortune and are forced to deal with the sometimes fairly erratic weather that we have, particularly in the United Kingdom.

If you want to know when to plant tomato seeds, you should know that they should be seeded indoors between the months of February and April, at the latest. If you are lucky enough to have the space and are able to accept more seed trays, you may get a head start and plant two harvests by sowing one crop earlier than the other. If you do this, you will have a bigger harvest.

Around the event that you do not have any available space inside, you may plant an outdoor crop in April, and it should start producing around August of that same year. There is a tendency for the harvesting times of tomatoes to differ from variation to variety; thus, you will need to examine the seed package. If you would like to have an early and a late crop, you can always plant one lot of seeds at a two week interval. If you would rather have two different types of tomato plant, select differing seed types. There are so many to choose from, I always decide to go with this option. If you would like to have an early and a late crop, you can always plant one lot of seeds at a two week interval.

When Should Tomatoes Be Planted?

  • It is best to germinate seeds in a warm room that has a windowsill that gets enough of sunlight and is protected from the elements by double glass.
  • Because the seeds germinate much more successfully under regulated settings, it is a good idea to avoid having temperatures that are too high or too low.
  • After the last frost has passed, young tomato plants should be put outside; however, in the UK, waiting until after the last frost has passed is like possessing a magical crystal ball that can foresee the weather. I am sorry if it comes off as evasive and not as helpful as you had hoped, but that is the most I can provide at this time. Due to the fact that I have been taken by surprise on more than one occasion, much to my dismay, I am now more careful and do not even attempt to plant outdoors until the middle of May, and sometimes not until the middle of June at all. I believe that erring on the side of caution is preferable than suffering the loss of plants that are already well advanced in their development.

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