Thursday, April 28, 2011

More Transplanting, More Growth

Last Friday Bruce and I transplanted a lot of tomatoes and eggplant out of their tiny homes and into larger ones.

A scant month from now they'll be hardening off outside in preparation for planting.

Bruce started some rosemary from seed and some from mother plant cuttings, with rooting hormone.

The basil and pepper transplants from ten days ago are thriving. Seed-starting offers the chance to try a vast selection of varieties you'd never see for sale.

Carl keeps a watchful eye on it all...


Debbie said...

The seedlings look very healthy! Can't wait to get the garden started.

Robj98168 said...

My tomatoes look very good this year. As does the chard starts and everything else. Except the Agretti. Grrrrr. still waiting for it to sprout.

H2 said...

Here the agretti sprouted and got planted, but it seems to be suspended in time, with very slow to no growth.