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Plant Progress

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The last of the seeds have started to sprout – my columbines!

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Columbine Seedling

Now it’s time to wait and see if my “babies” will survive til the end of April when they are scheduled to be transferred outside.

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Pansy Seedling

The peppers are doing well.  I’m having much more luck with them this time than I did years ago in my parents’ house.

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Bell Pepper Seedlings

I still haven’t separated my cantaloupe plants.  That’ll probably happen tomorrow.

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Cantaloupe Plants

Yesterday my father-in-law came over and installed another bird feeder.  This one will be in the center of my soon-to-be garden.  No birds on the new feeder yet, but my other bird feeder started getting traffic yesterday.  So far I’ve seen chickadees, tit mouses (mice?), and a cardinal.

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For those concerned, Eva is doing well.  Here she is enjoying her rattle while working out on her gym:

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She has started reaching for things and is especially interested in people’s drinking glasses.  We have to be careful, now, because she’s knocking stuff over.  🙂

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2 thoughts on “Plant Progress

  1. Thanks for sharing and here’s wishing your seedlings longevity until you can plant them and beyond.

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