Tag Archives: transplanting

Update: monthly review

A friend noticed that I had forgotten to give the number of plants transplanted from seedling trays into individual pots in April, which was 1,282, bringing the total as of April 30 to 2578. This does not include the plants … Continue reading

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Looks can be deceiving!

These are mind-boggling days, where change comes by the hour and uncertainty overwhelms the normal. There is panic, stupidity, fear, and some wonderful acts of kindness. Our daily routine is totally disrupted, our sense of isolation grows. Our worry for … Continue reading

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Why I seed in flats….

Recently someone asked why I seed in flats when I could seed directly into peat pots or some other individual container, thus saving hours of transplanting.  That’s a great question that deserves a thoughtful answer.  The easiest answer is “That’s … Continue reading

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Today’s Transplanting

Anticipating that the first of the plants will be moved from the basement to the greenhouse soon, I transplanted more flats even though they had to go in awkward places here and there.  With all the “regular” growing space totally … Continue reading

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