Spring transplants and summer seed starts (part 2)

Some of the spring starts have begun to look a bit claustrophobic within their cloches. An unveiling was in order.

Bok choy:
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Speckled lettuce:
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Golden Sweet peas:
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Progress of the Music and Samarkand Persian Star garlic:
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A week of spring warmth, sunshine, and compost tea served them well so far. I started the second batch of summer starts (beans, corn, cucumber, melons, and squash) since the weather has stayed quite warm lately. The eggplant, hot peppers, and big tomatoes haven’t germinated yet, so I started another set of these seeds.

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