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That would probably work. For tomatoes we normally let them get almost a foot tall and then plant them in a trench. http://www.kdcomm.net/~tomato/Tomato/trench.htm
Most birders say houses should face away from the prevailing winds to prevent rain from blowing in. We face our wren houses to point east since most bad weather in our area comes from the west. I don't know about wind direction in the New Orleans area.
Each year I grow about 400 tomatoes, mostly for sale. I start about 25 them in a 3-4" pot or cottage cheese carton. Once the first leaves are well developed I remove the soil and plants from the container and transplant each to a cell in a 4-pack. As the roots start to crowd the cell I then transfer each plant to a 4" x 4" pot where it stays until ready to be planted at home or to be sold.
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