<![CDATA[Burpee Community - ]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/545/tomato-seeds-v-plants en-US Burpee //d1l316k04n1hna.cloudfront.net/static/images/burpee-favicon.png 16 16 Burpee http://www.burpee.com/community/ <![CDATA[Re: tomato seeds v. plants]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/545/tomato-seeds-v-plants?commentid=1777 Anytime you can start with a plant you are better off. By using a plant you know what you have, when sowing seed you won't know if they will germinate. If you have the time and space you can start your own plants inside from seeds and then move them outside at correct time which is cheaper then buying plants from others.

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http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/545/tomato-seeds-v-plants?commentid=1777 March 31, 2013
April 3, 2013 April 3, 2013 <![CDATA[Re: tomato seeds v. plants]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/545/tomato-seeds-v-plants?commentid=1796 With tomatoes where you only want one or two plants it makes sense to start with plants. If however, you are hooked on trying several different varieties and have enough room, then consider seeds! Some vegetables like lettuce where you can use lots of plants, it makes more sense to buy the seed packet.

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http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/545/tomato-seeds-v-plants?commentid=1796 April 3, 2013