So here is the deal. I decided to start new tomato varieties from seed this year. I REALLY messed up. I planted too late - Beginning of March. I did not set up a proper growing station. I was counting on being able to have my starts outside. Wrong answer - really crazy late cold snaps. My seeds did germinate and I have all of these real spindly looking starts. My fault for not doing it right but still dissapointing. Any way I was workig in the garden Friday. I share bean seeds with the birds and my cucumers got hit by the last frost.
So while planting seeds I noticed a volunteer tomato plant. It was not there 2 weeks ago. It has 4 sets of true leaves and a a very nice stocky stem. I look at my much babied seedlings and think OMG what happened? Any way as soon as the rain stops I am going to go for it and plant my seedlings. They either survive or they don't. I WILL do a better job for my fall seed starts.
All I can do is see what happens. Those babies are going in the garden today.
Another educational experience.