Is too early to put transplants in the shed?

andyinnycApril 13, 2008

I have a greenhouse/shed (non-insulated cedar) in Mercer County. I have too many seedlings for my light trays in the basement and need to separate into many more cups. Is it too early to put these tiny little guys out in the shed and let them soak up the daily sun and the possible cold nights?

thanks all.


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They should be fine. I put mine on the east side of the house by the garage where they are shaded most of the day and protected from the west winds. A long hardening off period makes for tough plants come planting time.

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