The lettuce is huge, as you can see. The onions are ok, but I think I've lost a few. I've never had good luck with onions. They start out well and then I end up with them damping off, despite doing as much as possible to prevent it. I can't plant them for a while yet, so I'll have to continue to baby them inside.
These are the brassicas and a few flowers in the background. The plan is to erect the hoops and warm the soil, then plant them out in about 3 weeks. We'll see how that goes. The weather has warmed nicely and doesn't look like it will be cooling down too much in the foreseeable future. Even the weatherman said that he thought that the worst was over. Since we haven't had much in the way of spring here in New England for the past few years, it would be very welcome. Yes, Kiwi, we do have spring every once in a while.
I had a picture of my peppers, but they seem to have disappeared. They are coming up slowly, as is expected. The first came up within a week, but the rest are popping up here and there. They are certainly doing better upstairs than they have in the basement.
The chickens wanted to say hello again as well. How are your seedlings doing these days? Have you started anything yet?