Spring has Sprung!

Spring has Sprung!

I think Spring has finally sprung and so have my seedlings. Yeah!!

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I know I’m a long way from success but I choose to focus on the possibilities rather then the end result.

 

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Whether or not these young tender plants establish themselves and hold their own outdoors awaits to be seen.

 

 

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I planted everything at the same time yet the tomatoes are ahead of the game. The eggplant and peppers are taking their sweet time.

 

 

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Can you see the little guy there trying to pop up?

I’m waiting patiently.

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I resist the urge to be a helicopter gardener:)

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So I placed this pretty peachy Begonia next to my young seedlings for gentile encouragement.

 

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Again, win or lose, I focus on the possibilities.  I will be cheering them on all the way.

Have you planted your garden already? What’s growing in your garden? Have any tips to share?

3 Responses »

  1. Yay! I have started my seeds too. I have 3 types of tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, and herbs. I’m excited to see them take root. I think I’ll probably repot them again before placing them outdoors. I’ve been doing some reading about how to get them used to being outdoors, and those readings suggest that you take the tray or seedlings outdoors for a little bit of time and then take them back indoors. You gradually increase the length of time outdoors to “harden” the plants to make them tough enough to be outdoors. I plan to do this. I’ll post a picture of my seedlings on my blog this week.

    Wishing you all the best!
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