Tuesday, March 26, 2013

The State of the Starts

I took a little inventory of the stars in progress. Looks like around 250. That strikes me as a lot.

These are mostly esoteric flowers.
The sunflowers, for instance, will be red.
 These didn't do as well.
 Peppers and heritage tomatoes on top.

Basil on the bottom.
 Kale in the middle.
Cucumbers on the far end.
 Lots of squash.

These are on the warming bed. Mostly peppers, tomatoes and flowers.
Celery, cabbage, cucumbers, onions, some mystery bulbs. The most exciting, smack in the middle: sunsugar cherry tomatoes. Gathered the seeds myself. We'll see how they do.
Kale, cabbage, rhubarb, kohlrabi.
At this stage, they all look alike.
 A few haven't been planted yet. Many are herbs.
 Bottom rows aren't planted yet. Soon.
 Fresh mesclun!

These were in a bucket indoors until moments ago.
 Mystery bulbs are actually doing pretty well.
Heirloom tomatoes, gold nugger cherry tomatoes, "Assorted chili peppers"

1 comment:

  1. Planting plants on a pots is also a good idea since it is easy to move and decorate them whatever you want. But you still need to take care of them and enough watering is better to grow the plants well.

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