Spring Planting

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Spring is for planting.  Our amazing team at Sprouting Farms has been busy getting their hands dirty and prepping for the warmer weather ahead.

It’s no secret that we love the variety of tomatoes we can grow.  We’re excited to announce that we have just completed the first step in the tomato growing process – planting the starts from our greenhouse! When greenhouse plants max out their space and soil, it means they are ready to go into the ground. This year’s May weather (potentially the warmest on record) has allowed for 600 tomato plants to get in a few weeks earlier than last season.

Last week our team transitioned the tomato plants from the hardening off area (staging between greenhouse and soil where plants acclimate to the new environment) to the field to begin their next phase. This is big news for tomatoes and tomato fans alike.

Stay tuned for more farm updates from Homegrown Sprouting Farms in Woodinville, WA as the season progresses. We can’t wait for you to enjoy!