Transplanting Seedlings

May 11, 2020


Hello blog friends.

I have an update on the seedlings that I transplanted.


I did a blog post and shared about growing seeds indoors HERE.



I transplanted the seedlings into bigger pots after the small seedlings started growing.

Below you can see the progress after 23 days of growing.




I am very careful when watering these small plants.




They seem to be growing except for one plant seen below on the right side.

I like seeing the progress of the plants growing.  I will be bringing these plants outside to put them into bigger pots in May.


I wanted to make a fairy garden and I bought the figurines from the Dollar Tree store as seen HERE.

I made the fairy garden in a planter along with flowers my daughter bought from our local nursery.

I hope to add more to my collection of fairy garden figurines.




We planted two tomato plants growing in pots.



Below left is escarole and on the right is cauliflower growing.



We will be adding a lot more flowers and veggies to my gardens.  I am happy that my daughter has been inspired to do some gardening. 

How is your gardening coming along?


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Julie


16 comments

  1. Looking good! Mine is coming along but in the early stages. I still need flowers for our containers. I figured it would be really busy at the garden stores this weekend so I'm waiting! We got some tomato seedlings from my mother in law and we're hoping they'll survive the transplant!

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  2. All I can say is the squirrels seem to be enjoying my planters... Good luck with veggies:@)

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  3. I really want to try container gardening next year ~ I want cucumbers and lettuce. I had too many other projects to try it this year.

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    1. That is awesome that you want to try container gardening. It's easy growing veggies and flowers in containers. Thanks for the blog visit and happy gardening!

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  4. Good luck with your plants, Julie. I do enjoy watching things grow and spending time in my garden. I hope you had a nice Mother’s Day. I tried to comment on your previous post, but it said that new comments weren’t allowed. Enjoy your week!

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  5. I hope they grow into sturdy plants Julie, I sewed lots of seeds too but they seem to be taking so long to get big enough to pot on, it's much longer than 23 days but they aren't as big as yours yet as long as they don't die on me I'll be happy. Have a great week. xx

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    1. I liked planting the seeds Linda but it's not so easy to get them to grow strong. I have a few that have grown strong into seedlings. Good luck with your gardening. Take care and thanks for the blog visit.


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  6. No gardening here, but I love to see the work of others!! I am just glad the weather is cooperating enough for people to get some planting done outside too. I see people out and about planting their bulbs!

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit Rosey. I hope my seedlings grow stronger so they can grow outside. I enjoy container gardening and looking forward to warmer weather.

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  7. How nice Julie you could get some plants going from seeds. I think your fairy garden is so sweet. Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  8. Oh, you're such a good gardener, Julie! I'm no good with plants. I wish I were. I started growing grass in pots for my windowsill, but I can't wait until we can get some flowers. I love your fairy garden too!

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  9. Julie,
    I hope to plant some seeds and annuals next week..We have had frost for the last 3 mornings now but hopefully, the weather will be better as they predict it will...Thanks so much for stopping by!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  10. How sweet your fairy garden is. I love seeing them. The seedlings look great. Growing your own veggies is awesome. Happy weekend. Hugs

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  11. It's all looking good. I have a couple of tomato plants a friend gave me. As she handed them over she said 'I'm so pleased to find a good home for my babies' so now I'm feeling a lot of pressure to keep them healthy!!

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  12. Sweet little sprouts, Julie! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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