Last week I did 'the deed' & transplanted my poor tomatoes into larger quarters. It's still too cold for me to actually plant them in the ground & according to my planting calendar from last year, I was planting the 'maters in the ground right about now. I think I will try some more patience, which is so hard when the sun is shining!
This group of lettuce was direct seeded the beginning of March & looks like I should thin it out a bit. I'll have to see about putting some of them out into the other raised beds before I get the veggies put in.
The radish were planted a week after the lettuce above & are coming along fine. I should also thin them out & add the little seedlings to a nice spring salad. I'm craving fresh greens!!
Well, the sun is peaking from beneath the clouds & I should head out to check in on things. We've been getting frost in the mornings again - which is strange when you sit down & really think about it. We've not had frost for many weeks - the rain tends to keep things warm (as does the cloud cover), but with the return of the sunshine, the air temperature drops during the night & early morning hours & we get hit with frost. I'm glad I have some floating row covers on my raised beds - not that I've planted much in them yet...