The tomatoes are the most noticeable growers, though I'm sure the peppers and squash are getting bigger, too.
We noticed that the squash was looking a little yellow, earlier this week, so Donald mixed up some liquid fertilizer for all of the veggies. (We need to figure out a feeding schedule. If it's on a calendar, it might actually get done.)
Some of the seeds have sprouted.
Also sprouted are lettuce and Swiss chard. No sign of the onions or zucchini, yet, and I haven't remembered to check for dill.
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The broken/bitten-off piece of bell pepper plant that I thought was rooting has wilted away, after all. No big deal; we'll already have more than enough bell peppers, if the other four perform as well as last year's peppers did.
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I put a few nasturtiums in some of the cinder block holes. I'd read that they're good for tomatoes, so I focused on the "tomato bed". I don't know if they'll do well there, but it can't hurt to try.
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And finally, we're still keeping watch over the blueberries...