seedling status

Can honestly say, think my seedlings in the greenhouse are doing the best ever!  The curtains I hung on the north side obviously helped moderate temperatures.  On the south side, hung some frost blanket which is acting as sun shade also helping to moderate temperatures as well as just reduce the intensity of the sun.  We have a little bit of a cool down coming this weekend, along with a promise of some rain.  When that passes, it will be time to PLANT in the ground – or at least the large containers that qualify as ground around here.

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to the left are various tomatoes, some eggplant and some squash

on the right are basil, sunflowers, chard, arugula, some other tomatoes and peppers, asian greans, broccoli raab. some flowers including arnica and calendula which are still struggling to come up.

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