Gardening Journey Part II

Well, it’s the end of another week and my tomato sprouts are thriving.

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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!

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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.

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