wanted: have: numerous tomato seedlings
I planted WAY too many tomato seeds. The seedlings are small and still in the cells. Each cell has at least 2 plants, if not more. Remaining at this time are: Stupica, sungold, sweet million, aunt gertie's gold, black cherry, brandywine sudduth, cherokee purple, earl's faux, kellogg's breakfast, brandywine, rutgers and stump of the world. Each seedling is only about an inch high and should be repotted prior to putting them in the ground. It is getting late in the season and they should be planted soon.
I am in Essex County.
Seedlings are FREE to a GOOD home.
I'm getting nervous that they might die before they get a chance to be planted.