Lettuce Seeds Are Sown

20 Apr

This weekend I prepped the cold frame raised bed, which was filled with winter cover crops of vetch, legumes, and clover.  After I tilled the soil, I planted a couple rows each of arugula, buttercrisp, and crispy greens.  Thanks to Sandy for supplying the seeds! -Denise

3 Responses to “Lettuce Seeds Are Sown”

  1. elchalten1112gmailcom April 20, 2020 at 12:47 PM #

    Hi, when can we plant the seedlings we’ve been fostering in our apartments since the beginning of March? I know that meeting in a group setting can be challenging, but can we plant them in the garden ourselves, or maybe leave the seedlings for someone to be in charge of planting?
    Thank you!
    Wendy

  2. alternahealthgrrrl April 20, 2020 at 12:54 PM #

    Thanks Wendy. What plants do you have? Most wont be ready for transplant before May; first thell need to be hardened off over 7-10 days ( gradually exposed to outdoors) Ill post something on hardening off; we’re working on a proposal for the BOD/ mgt to get garden access for a few more people under limited circumstances. I will address all this in a post soon, thx

  3. elchalten1112gmailcom April 20, 2020 at 2:02 PM #

    I have a few cherry tomatoes, shishito peppers, calendula, and borage. I don’t mind fostering them for a little while longer. Just wanted to know approximate timing for planting. Thank you!

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