Well, mostly. Everything except about 20 eggplant seedlings, which are either going in containers or replacing the broccoli raab that we’re about to harvest. Containers would be best, because then we could... Read More
Today we put most of the front garden in. From left to right: Tomatoes/Golden chard in the first bed; Chile Peppers/Beets in the second bed; Eggplant/2 Okras/Radishes/Carrots in the third bed.
Hardening Off the Seedlings
This is exciting: we started ALL of our vegetable plants from seeds this year. This is the lot of the starters: tons of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, a couple okra, and a few... Read More
Our eggplant seedlings are finally coming through. We replanted them on March 15th, and they finally started to sprout at the very begging of April. We transplanted the seedlings to individual pots... Read More
Tomatoes, broccoli, and fianlly some eggplants (in the front right). Seems like the rest of our seedlings are growing nicely – not quite as fast as the crazy tomatoes!
I haven’t taken pictures for a while… mostly, things have just been slowly growing. I bought some Kelp Meal and PlanTea for the seedlings, and we have been adding them to the... Read More
Chile Pepper Seedlings
We got a ton of peppers from our Easy Bean CSA last year, so this year we decided to plant all chile peppers. According to Chris, you can never have enough chiles!... Read More
As you can see, the tomatoes are growing nicely! The ones that we repotted have really taken off, while the tomatoes we left in the original peat pots are quite a bit... Read More
The tomatoes are still growing. The Roma, Early Red, and Cherry are growing fairly quickly. Right now, we are watering just about every two days. We have the pots in trays so... Read More
The tomatoes started germinating about 10 days after planting. This picture was taken one month after planting, just after we transplanted the seedlings into their own pots. The Early Red, Roma, and... Read More
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