Hi all, I  recently put a question about tomatoes seedlnags showing a blueish tinge, although they are growing they seem to be slow, they are in a greenhouse with some heat, will they catch up or should I buy some plants.


  • Stop fretting is my advice-they will be fine with a bit of sun they will leap along-why would you want to spend money on plants when you have your own?-this is proper gardening.

  • Y ou are right we gardeners must stick together, thanks for reply.

  • Chris 7Chris 7 Posts: 102

    A blue tinge usually indicates they have been cold ... it has been a tad cold lately !


    As the lazy gardner says ... stop fretting they'll soon pick up !

    Totally agree about growing your own varieties ... I'm currently trying 'Black Russian' to see how they taste !



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