Well, it’s the end of another week and my tomato sprouts are thriving.
However, after almost two weeks, I still hadn’t seen any sign of my bell peppers. I was beginning to worry that I was over-watering them, or that maybe they weren’t getting enough sunlight. So I turned to the infinite source of all wisdom and knowledge, Google.
The articles I read reassured me that depending on the temperature and environment, bell peppers can take longer to germinate than most seeds. I decided no to give up on them.
Last night, my patience paid off. I have several new bell pepper sprouts and more are popping up every hour!
The weather has been absolutely beautiful, so if I have time this weekend, I’m going to try to get my sunflowers and milkweed in the ground! I’m just hoping the squirrels don’t dig them up again. Grrrr.
Lol Buy, Buy, Buy. Love it!
My sister is too clever for her own good!
Very clever in putting your sister in charge. Good move! I am happy that your tomato sprouts are growing. Happy Friday to you as well, Jackie!
Your sister will do great! 🙂 How long does it usually take for the peppers to be peppers? I wonder if it’s different in other climates.
Doug from Up would totally take care of those squirrels for you 😉
I wanted to grow sunflowers this year but I fear its too late to get started.
I haven’t planted mine yet. Weekend ended up being a lot crazier than I expected. This week, for sure!