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Transplant hell + pictures

Posted by cammunizm 9A (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 12, 12 at 12:35

This is my task for today now that i've a day off finally. Making batches of Al's mix and then transplanting all of these zucchini and summer squash to 5 gal buckets...hoping the plants that's already setting fruit won't mind. Wasn't expecting it to be so quick!

Also transplanting more tomatoes, blue fescue, indian hawthorne, and some other randoom stuff.

Spinach (with lots of holes in it...gah!) and My Alaskan Sweet Peas have set pods. In the back are my Brussels Sprouts which are still giving me the little cabbages.

Bottle Bush tree's are loaded with Bee's and a few brave Black butterflies

Pink Aster with (if you look closely) some orange/brown butterfly or moth

This is all my Japanese Cherry Blossom is giving me this year. Last year was rough and I am guessing it's confused.

More Tomatoes. A bit leggy so I've got a oscillating fan on them.

Red Hot Pocker, Hollyhock, Coneflower, and below that about 20 Sunrise Serenade Morning Glory started.

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RE: Transplant hell + pictures

  • Posted by whgille Oakland FL Zone 9B (My Page) on
    Mon, Mar 12, 12 at 13:03

Hi Cammunizm

You have a very busy day today! Enjoy your work in the garden. Why did't you start the zucchini plants straight in the bucket? sometimes they don't like to be transplanted, if it was me I would put a seed or two in the bucket just in case the transplants don't make it.
Keep us posted on your growing garden.


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