You’ve babied your seedlings for weeks now. They have several sets of “true leaves”, and they’re ready to be transplanted into the garden. But WAIT! Don’t put them out quite yet, or they’ll die of shock within hours. Here’s what you need to know to help your seedlings adjust to being outdoors, gradually.
So you planted some broccoli and cabbage seeds, and they’ve started to emerge from the soil. Here are the next steps you need to know to keep your tender seedlings alive until transplanting time.
Every bit of my broccoli this year has been terribly bitter!! I’ve thought of a few possible explanations. Do you have any thoughts on this?
Don’t forget this crucial step for helping your seedlings to grow into strong, healthy plants!
Here’s a quick way to get the worms off of your broccoli florets, without having to pick them all out one by one before cooking!
Here’s what the start of this year’s garden looks like. It’s just seedlings so far, but hopefully in a couple of months everything will be flourishing!
Our first time starting broccoli seeds… and an unexpected surprise!