Heirloom tomato plants in garden centers?
Seems like every year there is a thread posted with this exact title.
I always have been successful starting plants from seeds indoors under lights, but this year they are just growing so slowly and I don't think they will be ready for plant-out time. Some still only have their cot leaves and a few have just now put on their first set of true leaves. They were sown in the last week of March as always, but something is wrong this year.
So for the first time ever, I am on a mission to find some plants at the local garden centers. Any recommendations of where I can look? I am in northern RI but I would be happy to take a road trip if needed. I have seen a few heirlooms at the big box stores, but not many varieties.
I guess I can't be too choosy, but I thought maybe some of you have seen them around this year. Thanks if you can help.