I am in Sth FL. To be honest, it seems like your a little late for the FL season. I try to get 3-4 batches of tomato plants grown in the FL season. It takes me 4 weeks+ to get plants in the ground when starting from seed. 1st batch: seed start in mid Sept, in ground by mid October, harvest approx late January. My last batch is starting from seed now, will be in ground mid January and harvest end of April, early May. May is about as late as you can grow Toms in Sth FL, IMHO. I would go from this point with an early season type Tomato (70 days to harvest), that would be in your salads by mid April. Not sure what kind to suggest, i've got about 10 different kinds going and cannot really judge success yet. Mine are, Brandywine, Hillbilly, Abe Lincoln, Anahu, Mortgage lifter, Super sioux, purple russian, black krim and a few more. From my first batch, the Hillbilly and Abe lincoln seem to be doing best, will know taste in about 3-4 weeks. Hope this helps.
Hey there Mister,
Can you tell me what happened to the seeds iv'e sown,
can you give me a reason sir, as to why they've never grown,