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Sunday, February 9, 2014

TRANSPLANTING DAY

This is a real transplanting day.
I sowed so many veggies two weeks ago.
Look... the seedling became little plants.


There are four zucchini seedlings.


The other .... a pot of Pomodoro tomatoes and red Okras


Red okra, after transplanting.


Pomodoro tomatoes...





This is seedling of  'terong lalap ungu' or purple globular eggplants.
 I reuse plastic cups as seedling pots.



Not all of the seedling were transplanted, I've run out my pots stock.
I have to seek additional pots.

18 comments:

  1. They all look very neat and cute!

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    1. What a shame, so many pepper seeds that I've sowed, get fail in their germination process.

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  2. So many good looking seadlings. My hands are itching to start sowing too, but for our climate it is a bit early, I know from experience I can better wait till March.

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    1. Be patient please, March will come soon. You can do anything in your garden

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  3. I can't wait until I've got some little seedlings waiting to be transplanted. It's still too cold here to sow anything yet, I'm having to sit on my hands to prevent me opening the seed packets.

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    1. I don't know what should I do if I live there, especially during the winter. I will miss my garden so much.

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  4. Those are nice looking seedlings and the squash grows a lot faster than your pumpkins so maybe they will be ready to eat before anything can harm them.

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    1. Yes, I hope so. This is for the first time I plant zucchini. There are so many pleasure on growing squash/pumpkin. So challanging!

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  5. Welcome to Endah!
    You have a great job. I love planting small plantlets.
    Now, every day will quickly grow.
    I send greetings from a distant, sunny Polish.
    Lucia

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    1. I'm glad you have a sunny day. So... have a wonderful week

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  6. I am ready to get my hands back in the soil. Your tiny plants are encouraging me! Linda@Wetcreek and Wetcreek Museum Blogs

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    1. I'm sure you are ready to get back in your lovely garden. I hope the weather will be nicer.

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  7. So neat and organised! I am sure these precious seedlings will 'grow up' fine :-) Btw, love the fact that you planted zucchini. Never thought that this plant can do well in hot climate.

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    1. Thank you Stephanie. I have ever seen zucchini grown on the highland. I'm sure it can be grown on my middle land. But I'm not sure about the yield.

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  8. Kemas sekali kerjanya... saya yakin semuanya akan menghasilkan sayur yang cantik...

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    1. Terima kasih atas doanya. Saya harap juga begitu

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  9. Very nice! I am itching to start sowing too, I usually wait until 1st March, but with the very mild winter we have this year I might ‘cheat’ a bit and start a bit earlier!

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    1. I hope your mild winter will so friendly with your seeds germination and growth

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