is it too late to start seeds?
I am not sure yet what my transplant dates are for this area where we moved. We are in Berks Co., near Bechtelsville, but we live up on one of the highest peaks in this area & it seems that frost comes approx. 1-2 weeks earlier than in the valley & likewise spring comes 1-2 weeks later, gauging by the neighbor's forsythia bushes the last 2 years.
So i am wondering if it is too late to order petunia & snap dragon seeds from Parks & start them to set out asap for this region? I don't know Parks record for shipping quickly, but their one petunia variety has caught my eye & i'd like to use it as the foundation for most of my flower beds.
I also don't know when to start my tomatoes. I don't want them to get leggy, a problem i usually have cuz i'm so eager to start 'em. I do have some walls of water (hope they're still good!), but not enough for all the tomato plants.
Thanks for your help. It's been many years since i have started my own seedlings & i just forget all these dates.