Is it too late to grow summer veggies from seed?
For the first time, we have the time and space to put things in the ground and my young kids were very excited to see things grow from seed. But we're running behind and someone told me today that it is too late to grow summer veggies and flowers from seed (we just got seeds for tomatoes, peppers, beans, sunflowers, marigold and zinnia.) Should I just explain that to them, get a few plants and save most of the seeds for next year, or do we still have a chance with the seeds? We're going to experiment with a few regardless, but I just want to set realistic expectations for the kids and myself. We are in the Bay Area (southern region of the peninsula), specifically in Mountain View. Any guidance will be much appreciated!