One more question, then I'm done for a long time. I swear!
My yellow pear tomato seedlings are about an inch to an inch and a half tall, but they're already growing their 2nd set of true leaves. They're very tiny, yes, but there. Is it normal for them to start getting their true leaves at this small of height/girth? They are in 3inch pots and have plenty of room to grow, so should not be rootbound.
if they're on track for a normal seedling, about when should I begin harden them off and set them out? If they aren't tall/thick enough for setting out yet, or are extremely behind, what should I do for them to help them along? They aren't leggy at all and are doing well.
Also, I ran out of pots when planting the seeds original, and put two of them into one pot. They are both growing and doing well- when's a good time to seperate them into seperate pots, or can I keep them together?
Is there any extra care they will need, that's different from my regular red cherry variety that I'm used to growing? I've already found a thread that says a few things about them and warns that they're going to grow all over-- i think I'm doomed, as I only wanted 2 plants but ended up with 10 seedlings! augh!
Does anyone have a photo of one that's growing, so I know what to expect and where to put them in my garden...?