I almost laugh at how prone to bad luck I am when it comes to starting plants.  I hardly ever have luck getting my seedlings to thrive after they are transplanted, if I even get them that far.  This year was no different and I can't bare the thought to go without fresh home grown tomatoes.  So I planted a Hail Mary crop of Tomatoes, direct seed style, and waited.  Sure enough I ended up with a few hearty rows of tomato plants. I don't want to say I play favorites in the garden (or any where f...
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