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Seed progress

Tuesday, 19 Apr 11 -1°C / 30°F

All the tomatoes are now showing true leaves, and the peppers are sprouted. Everything has been transplanted from the peat pellets into larger pots, except the ground cherries which are still very small and slow growing. Only one Cherokee Purple plant was successful, hopefully it works out because I really want to try the heirloom tomatoes. I may have mixed up some of the pepper seedlings, they all look the same right now and I can’t tell them apart. I’ll have to wait and see.

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