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Jan 29, 2007

Holy Toledo!
The seedlings looked basically the same as my last posted picture on Friday. They were about 2 inches tall. Then I left town. And the snow peas went nuts! Two and a half days later, this is what I came home to! They are more than a foot tall now!

What the heck do I do with them now?? I wasn't expecting to transplant them for a few weeks. Now I am going to have create a wire grid for them to grow on and all of that. Hope they can wait until the weekend, because I have no idea how I can do that during the week. PLUS, it's supposed to get really cold! Any suggestions?

On the other hand, I did discovery why they are called "snow" peas. Apparently, they like the cold.

Holy Toledo!!

Also, if you look on the left of the picture, you will see seedling chives and basil. The baby chives are adorable. They look just like full grown chives, but they are in miniature.

If you want to see a better picture of the chives and basil, click on this picture and navigate through the baby seedlings set.

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posted by Ty @ 1/29/2007
2 Comments:
At 7:35 PM, January 29, 2007, Anonymous Stacy said...

Move them into transitional pots and keep them inside? Or, if your back patio is covered...move them out there? They'll be okay as long as they're not out directly in all the elements. I think.

 
At 9:28 AM, January 30, 2007, Blogger Ty said...

That may be what I have to do. I need to get them staked. Problem is how to get them UNstaked when I move them outside to new stakes! :) They are fine in this temperature though, so I can move them out there anytime. I just have to build a flower bed around my patio, and well, it's cold!!

 

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