Tag Archives: Transplanting

If you have started vegetable seeds inside this year you’ll be amazed at how quickly they grown. In no time at all you’ll be transplanting your vegetable seedlings. Wait until the seedlings have grown two or more true leaves (the cotyledons don’t count). This can be anywhere from 2-6 weeks after germination. Before starting make Read More…

transplanting a peace Lily

Repotting a Peace Lily   Early winter is a good time for repotting your houseplants. Over the summer I tend to neglect my houseplants. Some of them are moved outside for the summer while others just enjoy the sunny windows. I keep them fed and watered but that’s about it. When the gardening season is Read More…

The tomato, pepper and eggplant seeds that I recently planted are doing well and some were in need of transplanting already! I like to transplant the seedlings after they’ve grown two or more true leaves (the cotyledons don’t count). This can be anywhere from two to six weeks after germination. Before I start I make Read More…

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