Q.I Live In N.C. And Have A Small Greenhouse. I Was Thinking Of Starting Some Summer Squash, Cucumbers, And Cantaloupe Inside To Tr
ansplant into a garden. I am reading conflicting advice as to whether it would be worth it or whether seeds would quickly catch u p with the transplants. Also would tomato plant cuttings be a good idea? Thank you so much for your time.
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Since you have a greenhouse, you can start seeds earlier than waiting for the ground to warm up. Here is more information on planting seeds vs. direct sowing:
Tomatoes do well starting indoors in your greenhouse. Cuttings do well, too.