I know we are not out of the potential frosty temps woods yet, but the near term forecast looks pretty good, and I've got plants that are pining for a nice spell in the sun. So.....I just finished moving them back outside and giving them a good drink.
Here are pics of the seedling flats - the ones amongst the azaleas in semi-shade are the lettuce, pansy/snapdragon, sweet pea and Asian greens flats.
Here are some closeups of some of the cells - lettuce, mustard, mizuna, pansy and snapdragon.
The other two sunning flats (actually currently in the shade) are the initial hot pepper/eggplant, and the herb/flower flats.
Finally, there are the flats under the grow lights - one of peppers and eggplant, the other two tomatoes. These just came out of the office and off of the heat mats a few days ago, and need a bit of time before I ease them into the sun.
So, just a little bit of work lies ahead! Today I hope to start transplanting some lettuce and greens into 4 inch pots or plug flats. Also, I want to do one more flat of slow poke or no-show tomatoes, peppers and eggplant.
Then....next week I start thinking about the projects and experiments and get those seeds planted - as well as dig a few rows in the garden in preparation for beets, lettuce and greens.
I am a bit tired just thinking about it all (not really! THIS is fun!)....