Post by sphinxeyes on Apr 26, 2009 13:31:09 GMT -5
The tomatoes in my greenhouse are getting big and now with the warm weather I've been moving them outside to soak up some rays. I finally uploaded some pics, so here is some of what I'm growing as of today. ;D
Minnesota Midget Melon (doing better now that I've moved them out of the greenhouse )
Nothing too exciting right now, but I'll be taking more pics when things start to flower and develop fruit. Peppers are still hanging in there, but growing very slowly. In another thread I'll post some TPS pics, they're really starting to get tall! ;D
Wow! You gardeners south of us our just about killing me with the gorgeous pics. We are still at the planting and transplant stage of most of the vegetable. (opps, I fibbed a bit. Grunt has informed me that we have onions and potatoes planted outside but not up yet. And the first 7 varieties of peas will be transplanted out this afternoon.) Thank you so much each one of you for sharing. Cheers, Grungy
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Post by flowerpower on Apr 27, 2009 5:23:33 GMT -5
Val, I am still seeding and transplanting too. I did put the seedlings outside in the shade for the past few days. They seemed to enjoy it. Those ecoplanters are cute. The plants look excellent. Great job!
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ours are still in transplant stages too grungy. they're in our loft and all over our porch. have to cover them every night. frosty temps and possible snow warnings still. very below normal temp wise here. can't wait to get the greenhouse back up this year.
More updates! It's rained everyday for almost the past two weeks, but I spent sometime in the greenhouse today transplanting the biggest plants into containers. I've been holding off on transplanting into the ground because it's been so wet outside, but at least most of the "special" tomatoes (the smaller, northern varieties) will get into their containers.