I am a chef that has lived in the city my whole life. I have always dreamed of bring able to grow my own delicious Italian San Marzano tomatoes like I use everyday in the kitchen. But I've never done it. In fact I've never grown anything. But now I live in a space that is much more plausible for growing a few tomatoes.
I live in Athens, GA. I do not have access to any actual land for tilling and making a garden. I would have to do this in pots. I would be fine with going to Lowe's and buying some HUGE pots if tomatoes require a lot of real estate. I just am a renter and can't till up the yard. (already asked).
I found on-line a website https://store.tomatofest.com/San_Marzano_p/tf-0443.htm
Here I can buy San Marzano seeds. There is nowhere around here that sells San Marzano tomato plants in the little plant form. I'd have to be growing from seeds. Is it too late for me to start? I would order a book, stay glued to the internet and do whatever to get the project started. But I don't want to order seeds and go buy pots tomorrow morning only to find that it is too late in the season.
What do you guys think?