Reply To: Late transplant of tomatoes??

  • FLgarden

    July 12, 2023 at 7:31 pm

    It depends on your climate, how old the plant is, etc. You won’t know unless you experiment. What won’t work for me, may work for you because we have different situations. I live in central Florida and experience, aka past experiments, have taught me to pull them up at this point. Yet, I would personally keep trying by cutting a few stems and burying them as suggested and seeing what happens. I’ve also started new plants by putting the stems in water first and then planting them. They did ok, not great. But, it’s worth a try, right?