I have been having a time getting these little seedlings to grow. Started them inside but they kept wilting away. My daughter said perhaps the moisture in the house was to much for them so took them outside to keep the moisture down and even. Seems to be working at least on this pot. They are starting their second leaves now.
Creole tomato myths vs. facts: There is not just one type of ‘Creole’. Creole tomatoes are not a particular cultivar. When farmers in Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes called their tomatoes Creole, it meant they were grown in the rich alluvial soil of the area and vine ripened because they did not have to be transported far to market.
Creole tomato myths vs. facts: There is not just one ,