Everglades are a trickier plant to germinate. If they have too much water, they won’t germinate. Also, they shouldn’t be planted deep. They only need a tiny bit of soil over them. They like heat and it helps them germinate faster. Well draining soil works best for starting them. If the seeds are kept moist and they are lightly sown about 1/4th – 1/8th of an inch deep then they should germinate. Everglades tomatoes are notorious for taking a long time to germinate. I’ve had them take up to one month for me and even coming back after winter from fallen fruit, and I had someone buy them from someone else and they took 5 months. Just be patient and they should germinate!
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