Roma Tomatoes in July

Asked July 8, 2016, 12:46 PM EDT

i have two tomato plants right now, one delicious tomato plant and one cherry tomato. I just realized I want to be able to make my own pasta sauce and I know Roma's are the best for pasta sauce but now it's July is it ok to plant one now? Will or grow fast enough?

Broome County New York vegetables horticulture

1 Response


It depends on how large the plant is. I think Roma's need at least 70 days from transplant to maturity. I am not sure what your first frost date is but probably mid October. So your best bet would be to find a plant for sale. Starting them from seed would be risky if you get an early frost.