My Morning Glories are doing okay...not great, but better than the rest of the flowers I attempted this year! The planter I have pictured is doing twice as good as the other Morning Glory planter though, this one had a vine on all three chains as well as two more hanging over the basket edges! This will look so good when it starts blooming those pale blue flowers!
|Top Hat Blueberry bushes & Salad Mix|
Next up along the window ledge are my Sunflowers... I now know why they say to wait and plant these directly in the ground! The stalks have split, they are all sorts of bent, but they keep surviving! I thought for sure I had killed each and every one of them last week after they went several days without water and were wilted, droopy, and brown! After a good soak in water though, they are back and stronger looking than ever! I actually need to raise the blind several more inches to keep the plants from getting tangled in them again...
The rest of my starts are all up on the table in seed starting trays still, some due to lack of space, others because they appear too small to move just yet.
|Chinese White and Cherry Belle Radishes & Peas|
|Eggplant & Cabbage|
The Eggplant and Cabbage are looking as good, but the Cabbage is really starting to take off now too.
One of my cats ate my Sweet Peas when they were just starting to grow! They are slowly recovering from being eaten as sprouts... I'm not so sure they'll survive the move outside, but it isn't a huge loss of they don't. The white on the dirt id a mold of some sort, I think it's from the bag of planting soil...most of my starter cells have it, the ones that I didn't use that particular bag of dirt for aren't molding like that!
|Herbs & Mystery Tomato!|
|Jalapenos & Grand Bell Peppers|
|Rutabaga, Beans, etc...|
|Cucumbers, Patty Pan, & Yellow Crookneck|