Healthy, But Small

Vegetable gardeners, help? I had a lot of travel and completely failed to get my dozens of different varieties of cherry tomato seedlings potted on properly, and so as you can see, they are still pretty tiny. Healthy, but small.

I’ve gone ahead and planted the ones I’d wanted for myself, figure might as well try, but is it worth giving away the rest of the seedlings, or am I just setting people up for disappointment when the plants don’t get big enough to produce before the end of the season?

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