Well, despite a little frost on the ground earlier this week (cue hostile stare at the universe), things are going all right. (I was able to put everything that needed it in the greenhouse for the night.)
Kale and basil are going really nicely, although the snapdragons are doing little more than limping along.
Barely limping, in fact.
More basil, with some half-hearted chard. Usually chard is pretty vigorous, so I'm hoping it'll perk up some.
Oregano . . .
. . . is just sitting there, and the alyssum are still barely sprouting.
Nasturtiums, however, even at the two-leaves stage, are pretty impressive. And the pineapple sage seems to be doing well. Can't wait to see it take off.
Lettuce. Serious. This is after I picked off enough leaves for a salad lunch.
Peas are big enough to start training up a string. They're only supposed to get to be 30 inches, though, so they shouldn't need too much support.
And then, because it was sunny and the garden store was just too tempting, . . .
I got a cheap Earth Box knock-off to put my tomatoes in. And a smaller pot to put a pepper in. As well as a pepper to put in it.
I'm actively staying away from the garden store today. If you see me there, yell at me.