All the peppers that I repotted are doing well.
I did have a problem with a white mold on the pots with a certain soil I had purchased. I cleaned out the mold and sprinkled the pots with cinnamon! No more mold problems. The things you can learn on the internet!
But it is a good practice to bury part of the stem so it can form more roots, so I am not concerned with the legginess or the flopping over. The stems all look sturdy and healthy. I'm so excited to have tomatoes from plants I grew from seeds this year!
Of course, I have room for 10 plants, but have 23 growing here.
And my little jalapenos are finally showing some growth. I do hope they will get big enough to plant by the end of the month.
I need to keep those nasty flea beetles from them.
The last time I tried eggplant from seed, they ate them down to nothing within days of planting.
These really poor photos are the last of my seedling photos for today. On the left are the lavender seeds I winter sowed back in February (see post here ). On the right are the babies I nurtured indoors. I have three of the indoor plants barely hanging on, while the outdoor plants look healthy.
I never had luck with lavender. I was so excited about growing it. Then I read the package and realized the variety I'd grown will only get 10" tall. I had wanted the bigger variety.
I did see some nice plants at my local garden center last week,,,,