Oh I have more peppers up and just starting to break through . I now have about ten Lemon Drop peppers two Trinidad Scorpion,just starting to come up Pepper Giallo d'Asti one of the Italian bells I have been looking forward to trying and several tomatoes ,Marigolds and Zinnias.I plan on getting more pics as the new plants appear.Since we seem to be over all the problems now if everything continues to go well we should have a promising season.
Lots of progress with my seedlings as more garden goodies and great flowers spring up. I seem to be getting better at taking pics with my Nikon D3000 than I have been of late as they have turned out pretty clear this time except for one that turned out somewhat fuzzy. As you can see by the pics my seedlings are growing very well. We did however loose two basil seedlings. But not to worry more Basil has been added to a six pack and should be up and growing next week. You can never have enough basil. Hope to add another rosemary plant next week too.
No the big seedlings are not squash.They are Ali Baba Watermelon and the ones above them are Tuscan melons.The tomatoes below the melons are Black Krim,Costoluto Genovese,Costoluto Feorentino,Thessaloniki and Nineveh,Basrawya seems to be taking it's time and will be up and growing when it feels like it.
Here we have in the lower center cell Trinidad Scorpion peppers and to the right some Lemon Drop and above them a Giallo d'Asti.
Here we have from right to center cell zinnias and marigolds the two cells on the left are Tomatoes: Giant Italian Paste and Martino's Roma.
Last Edit: Apr 21, 2014 17:53:46 GMT -6 by klorentz
Well it seems I no more posted and the Basrawya tomatoes have decided to start popping up.Just went out and checked on all my plants and found three of them This is an Iraqi tomato I am testing to see if it will do well in Texas heat as it is from the southern and hotter part of Iraq.
Absolutely...when can you start planting out down there? Not until May 24th for me....and I will be soooooo glad, I have been battling aphids!!!
Well about two or three weeks ago actually. Lady bugs , Native Lady Bugs seem to be common here so we will have help battling aphids if they show up.In the ground right now are My plants from Bonnie Plants and so far they are doing ok. Also planted are my Ali Baba Watermelon. These buggers grew quick and had to be planted. Never seen watermelon grow so fast. Will get new pics of my plants soon.