Growing Tomatoes in San Diego - When to start seeds and other ?
I don't live in San Diego, but a good friend does and I want to share my heirloom and hybrid seeds with her so she can try to grow her own tomatoes. My climate here in South Florida is very different from hers, though, and I don't know how to advise her.
For San Diego's climate, when should she start seeds? Should she grow in containers or can she grow in the ground there? Any other advice specific to San Diego or Southern California?
I can send her Brandywine Sudduth, Landis, OTV and Platfoot, Cherokee Purple, Kellogg's Breakfast and Sun Gold. Any of these better for her climate than others?
She lives on a hill close to the pacific ocean in La Jolla.