Art by Sheryl Gallant
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Seedlings in the Cold Frame
I have seedlings growing in my cold frame!
A lot of them!
These are my Hopi black squash seeds. They are doing very well. With all the rain and warm weather we have had lately, everything is healthy and growing well!
I also have a couple of striped cushaw squash and about a dozen sweet dumpling plants.
I have 62 tomato seedlings now! I have never planted that many before! They are all organic, mostly heirloom tomatoes. I planted 2-4 of each kind and I have dozens of different varieties!
These are purple hyacinth beans. I have several of them growing and doing well. These are a beautiful, flowering annual vine!
I also planted several nasturtiums coming up. They are annuals so won't go into the ground until the end of May.
They are all in the cold frame now. They can go into the garden the first of June. Our last frost date is May 24, but I always wait another week before planting out.
Sheryl at Providence Acres
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