This past Friday have transplanted all of the earlies from 2.5" pots to 6" pots (their last place before these go into 10gal and 18gal containers).
All are thick and healthy, growing even better than the last season. But one is rather "very early"...
Danko. Originally brought to US from somewhere in CIS. At only 4 weeks after germination, under 6500K grow lights, it already set the flower buds on all the seedlings.
Determinate, but ever-bearing red oxheart with wispy foliage. Here it is, buried as deep as the 6" pot allowed. Exactly 5 weeks after germination:
And our flower buds:
So if everything goes as planned, Mid May tomatoes may not be impossible