These Yellow Pear Tomato Seeds Grow Well! I like Them

by Shahrzad Shirvani

These Yellow Pear Tomato seeds from David's Garden Seeds grow well. I wish they had correct instructions on how to plant them. After watching youtube videos, I realized that I need to grow the seeds first before planting them in the pot. Otherwise, they don't grow in a soil just by planting them regularly. The first part is done and I realized that they grow well. I'm waiting for them to come out of the soil now.

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Jan 10, 2020
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Yellow Pear Tomato Seeds
by: Juanita

Hi Shahrzad. Tomato plants are easy to grow. You can start them early in little pots if you have a greenhouse or you can plant the seeds directly in the ground once the ground is warm enough. Here is a link to our germination page: https://www.davids-garden-seeds-and-products.com/steps-of-seed-germination.html which will tell you how to correctly germinate seeds. The secret is to plant no deeper than one fourth inch deep in soil and not to over water them.

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