My seedlings are trucking along and still growing. My tomatoes are so tall they are touching my grow light and I have my chains as high as they will go. The peppers and eggplants are doing OK, but they are growing much slower. I have been taking them outside when I get home from work the last few days and they don't seem to mind too much.
I have a question. At what point can I just leave my seedlings outside all the time? I know they have to be hardened off for a week or so. It is just getting to the point where I am not going to have room for the tomatoes in the garden for at least another month and they will be huge by then. I would like to keep them outside on my patio if possible. The temps at night are in the 50's and highs during the day are 70 to 80's.
On a separate note, the "seedling" in my wife's belly will be here on Monday, April 2nd if everything goes as planned. I may be out of pocket for a little while after that.
Jalapenos, Habaneros, Bell Peppers, and Eggplants getting some fresh air.
Here are my tomatoes