Here are my transplants, in the process of hardening off, and waiting to go into the garden.
Some of the green beans seemed to be plagued with a pest. I did some online research, and it looked like a leaf miner. I wrote to my favorite, all-natural gardening guru, whose website I used to peruse daily. His response to me..."Never heard of such a thing; beans are direct-seeded plants. Just plant new ones directly outdoors when all threat of frost is gone; use pea and bean innoculant."
Listen, buddy. Nasturtium is also supposed to be transplant resistant, and guess what? I have a seed I grew and TRANSPLANTED!! And it will knock your socks off!!!
I hate it when you are let down by someone you look up to. He didn't answer my question about the pest, so I decided to cut some of the leaves off. I hope they survive.
If not, I know I can just plant new ones blah, blah, blah.
Bitter, party of one? Your table is now ready.