Ok, so remember those seedlings I just posted about? Yeah…they’ve continued their verdant madness.
I’ve taken the lid off so they won’t get damaged, and moved them to the aerogarden. I’m out of nutrient for the tank, so I’m just using the aero for its lights. And wow.
My cabbage seed babies are starting to drift upright (I want them to have good posture) and my nasturtiums are taking off like a shot.
This is the first time I’ve planted these guys, and I hope I have the conditions to let them flourish. Cabbage, chard, and nasturtiums are new to my garden. I’m angling for beginner’s luck here. The marigolds I’ve been doing since I was a kiddo, so I’m not to worried. But I always get a little nervous when things first start to sprout, especially when the weather is all over the map like it is in March. Next year, I should probably wait till April.
So here we are, letting the seeds take their course. Happy is our gnome here. He was my grandmother’s garden gnome back in the day, but he has since retired to the indoor life, taking care of our kitchens. I like to keep him near plants, though. It’s his…field…after all.
I’ll show myself out.
Also on the garden docket are potatoes and dandelions. The last one was a whim – gathered a head that had gone to seed and figured this should be a piece of cake. Watch those things kick my butt 😛 The spuds are drying out, ready to get in some dirt. I’m waiting for payday to get a nice bucket and more soil for them, then they’re ready to go in. Those I’m excited to try…if I can supply our own potatoes, this will cut down on buying the big Costco bag that we can never quite get through.
Wish me luck!