Pregnant peppers.

Not literally, but they are late. I sowed the tomatoes a month ago and ran out of steam/time/hands. “Next weekend,” I promised. It passed. “Next weekend,” I repeated. Again, it passed. A month late now, but they’re sown and heated and moist. Bells and jalapenos, fish and five color, poblano and (if I can find my seeds) gypsies.

The tomatoes are already looking to move. The strawberries, too. I think it’s time to buckle down and build a second grow light.

And sow some peas! I’m ever so excited. I missed the fall window so we haven’t had garden snacks (aka peas) in ages.

Speaking of changing lodging, I do believe the paper whites are moving off of the kitchen window sill and into the out of doors. The neighbors’ bedded ones seemed much happier than mine.

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8 comments on “Pregnant peppers.

  1. Kevin says:

    Great headline! Enjoy your indoor gardening. . .

  2. Melissa says:

    Tomatoes a month ago??!!!?! Envious you’ll be eating new flavors much earlier than me! I don’t seed mine until late February, they won’t go out until April. We decided to just buy a few pepper starts this year. I only grow a few, and it didn’t seem like it made sense to dedicate the grow light space.

    • plumdirt says:

      If the forecast cooperates, tomatoes go out March 8th here. There are too many pretty pepper options in seed land for me to resist (seed acquisition disorder!) But last year I did end up with starts because I forgot the poor things in the guest room for too long…

  3. Robbie says:

    Your blog is looking pretty nice! love your header:-) I just have kale and that is slowing down and nothing much else out there but dead stuff. For us they said spring early this year-March-I can hardly wait. enjoyed reading about your adventures in warm Texas-well-compared to us:-)

  4. Shannon says:

    Paperwhites do great in the ground in our warmer winter season. No need to ‘force’ anything over here! I may just put tomatoes in the ground now.

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