Three Days of Rain

We don’t get rain very often, so we sure welcome it.  As long as the ambient temperature is over 38 degrees, the seedlings stay outside and soak up the nitrogen.  Some of my plants have doubled in the past three days!

Radishes, planted the second week of April
Radishes, planted the second week of April

 

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