How much for tomato seedlings?

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  1. warden1

    warden1 Well-Known Member

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    For those of you who sell your extra tomato seedlings, how much do you get for them? I was thinking of doing this but have no idea how much to ask.
     
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    $2.50 for a six pack.
     

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    I am going to sell mine for $1 for each plant in a 4 inch pot. I might have some larger ones for $3-4 in a 2 quart pot.
     
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    4½" pots, $1.20
    1 gallon pots, $4.00

    Northcentral Montana.
     
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    $0.30 each in a peat pot or a baker's dozen for $3.00. South Louisiana
     
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    pinecone44 Tree Hugger

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    School Greenhouse sells 4 pak for $1.00. They are basically just recovering their cost for seed and heat. As students and grunt worker volunteers like me do all the work! :sing:
    Local nursery is $1.35 for 4 pak. Mind you, they are competing with the large stores that are carrying plants also. Anything in a larger pot is more $$$.

    This is in central Ontario, so our prices will differ greatly from you. But good luck with your venture! :goodjob: