I only have a couple of seedling pictures to share. Except for maybe 1 of the poblano peppers, all of the seedlings are doing great, and even that 1 looks better this morning than it did yesterday morning.
This is what I am growing in the garden this spring:
Peppers: poblanos, anaheim, jalepeno, emerald giant, california wonder, and quadrato d’asti rosso.
Tomatoes: cherry (in pots), Paul Robeson, delicious, atkinson, rutgers, and a sauce tomato
Potatoes : a couple of different kinds, one red, one white. I got starts from Depot. First time trying this and so far so good. These will come out at the beginning of summer (May – June).
Jerusalem Artichokes (already started and growing very well in pots… lots of them)
Melons: watermelons (Desert King, Charleston Gray, Orange Flesh Tender Sweet), Old Time Tennessee, green machine, crane, apple, banana, and Jenny Lind. Lots of experimenting here.
Squash: butternut, yellow scallop, yellow straight neck, and zucchini
Beans: Missouri wonder pole, Roma II bush, Blue Lake bush, Dragon tongue bush, Red-Seeded Asparagus pole
cucumbers: salad and pickling
japanese eggplant (still debating these)
artichokes (second plant will go in near the end of summer)
and heaven help me… corn (sigh… must make this work…)
Several things are just going in the ground, obviously the tomatoes and peppers have already been started. I even saw a flower bud on one of my plants this morning. Need to get these babies in the ground!