If you plant from seeds, do you start them out in a container or plant the seed in the ground? I'm going to do it both ways to see which ones grow better in my garden.
It's really not as strange as it may initially seem considering where tomatoes were natively grown originally (the tropics if I recall correctly),prior to the vast and long lasting domestication and selective breeding that gives us the modern tomatoes that can be successfully grown in much of the world.Wait, you can plant things that are out of your native area? How would they grow? I mean your soil is your soil, right? Unless you're buying soil, that would make sense.