The back row of my big seedling starter had komatsuna in it which was a bad idea.
Hench the empty rows. Did you know that seedlings can themselves go to seed? Well komatsuna can. Turns out planting them in the fall isn’t a guideline, it’s a rule.
But the middle row of Gai lan is ready for action and I am ready for some summer brassicas.
The northeast quadrant of my 4×4 mixed bed will do nicely, once amended. It just had some broccolini there, which has all been gobbled up.
Ah the glory of baby brassicas.
All watered and mulched in the shadow of the greenhouse.
Speaking of the greenhouse, that’s where the baby peppers are going.
The heat in the greenhouse has been marvelous for the tomatoes, so why not utilize it to get some height on their capsaicin cousins?
In the little Jimmy’s go- and hopefully I’ll get some height on them soon.
For most of my maters that is not a issue.
All three of my baby Black Krims and two of my baby Glaciers are just raring to be repotted.
And so, once again, I have gallon tomato plants getting some sun on the greenhouse bench that isn’t a greenhouse anymore.
I think I have to think of another thing to call it, since I have a real greenhouse now.
It’s name is now Fred.
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Fred? Oh my.