It didn’t take long for our Yellow Mimi tomatoes to germinate, which is great news!
Therefore, we pricked them out into a good quality, fine compost and they will grow on in these cells for a few weeks.
They are currently being looked after in Dad’s greenhouse as that’s heated and the seedlings need some protection from the cold weather at this time of year. That being said, you could achieve similar if you have somewhere to grow them in the house where it is warmer than it is outside.
We will keep them watered if the compost looks like it is starting to dry out, but they shouldn’t need any other special treatment.