Am I too late to start for the season?

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Hey everyone, I am putting this under this section cause I just have a grow rack in my house that I grow Asclepias, tomatoes, peppers, and a few other perennials on. I'm just curious, is it too late to start sowing out seeds for the season? still doing a 30 day stratification on the Asclepias that'll be done April 15th. But it'd definitely be too late to start selling for the season, right? Thanks!
 
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Greetings, welcome to the Forums.

All the plants you listed are warm-season growers. Spring is the time to start such seedlings. Depending on your indoor growing space, you could start seeds 4 to 6 weeks before you last frost date, or even earlier. If the frost date is close or has even passed for your area, it does not matter, as you will still have a long season to bring in crops.

I'm not certain what you are considering selling. Seeds? Seedlings? Produce?
 

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