Cinnamon basil, English sorrel, summer savory
It was 85 (!) in Chicago last week when I went over to Bruce's to transplant herbs from their starting containers into larger ones. Given the bizarre temperatures, I transplanted a few but decided to bring most of them home to plant directly into the south-facing window boxes they thrive in.
Basil for everyone
(you can never have too much or too many varieties)
Sadly, we had zero germination
on the culantro (ngo gai)
Poor germination too on the Renee's Garden free seeds Debbie shared. These were originally donated to a children's garden program.
Sure hope those kids had better luck than we did.
Tomatoes and peppers, still under lights last week but now being hardened off in preparation for planting out into SIPs. Who the heck knows when the last frost date in Chicago is anymore. It might have been 4 months ago.
Lettuces in an Earthbox on the roof. Look at those colors.