Posted on 2022-03-202022-03-20Two steps forward, two steps back?? Saturday night (yesterday) planting more tomato and pepper seeds of varieties that haven’t sprouted well or I accidentally killed of sunscald (see end of post). Yesterday, Mom and Dad sent me this cute little indoor fern friend and Paula added the little frog clip on top! His Doggie outside yesterday, Gram had to curl tragically on her rope toy. Couscous, venison roast, and shakshuka with the first indoor garden tomato (dwarf Audrey’s Love). The cover radishes (Sparkler variety bought in bulk from Ellison’s feed store) have begun sprouting and the transplanted Viola bicolor aren’t dead yet. I just have to hope they will bloom and seed. More of the radishes. The goal here is growing enough stuff to keep plants I don’t want out until I can get a ground cover started. (Friday) The Mexican plum from home is alive! (Friday) Thursday night, Wes wanted to look at things in yard with our new blacklight. These (already hatched) eggs on the rock outside glow! The porch loofahs are very welcoming. Found more googly eyes just randomly in the raised beds. While we were outside I examined the angry tomato seedlings. I have determined that going from inside the house to the front porch every day is giving them sun scald, as the leaves are turning white but newer growth is a nice healthy green. So for now I’m putting them in the less intense backyard and that seems to be helping the survivors. Same thing happening here, green new leaves with white, dying burnt leaves.