Monday, September 29, 2008

It's planting time





Egg plants I transplanted as seedlings are big enough to be planted into the garden. Done. Half a bucket of compost and watered in with charlie carp. Happy as a eggplant in compost :-)















Finally the mortgage lifter tomato's (see here for reason for slow start) are big enough for transplanting from punnet to pot.
Another couple of weeks and they'll be in the garden and growing strongly.














The Tiny Tom Tomatoes are big enough for the garden and have been duly planted.
All my toms are only planted with compost with no added fertilizer except being watered in with charlie carp.
You can just see some lettuce seedlings on the right of the picture and they will be planted some time today as well.

4 comments:

littlefarminthecity said...

Stewart Your Tom plants are looking great!
My family is so looking forward to homegrown tomaotes!
Shh... You are not the only one who has forgotten to put the seeds in the pot... I wondered why did my eggplants not germinate?
~Emily

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