They Grew Because We Ignored Them

This year we grew some of our own vegetables from seed for transplanting into the garden. These were tomatoes, cabbage, brussels, broccoli, oregano, basil. Everything grew and grew. This is unusual for us. More often, the plants are spindly and small and they take more work than is preferred to get them to live.

This time we ignored them, so I guess that is why they grew so nicely.

We will be moving them out into the shed soon for the nights and in the day they will be somewhat protected outside until they harden a bit.

We did transplant the tomatoes, which we never do, so I guess that does count as not ignoring them.

Maybe it is just one of those years.

transplanting

Transplanting

plants

After Transplanting

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