So, my five of my cucumber seedling and two of my tomatoes have been growing quite well in my little pots on the window sill since I planted them back in the end of February...
|Tomatoes sprouted up!|
I'd been watching them every day... watering them... talking to them... loving them...
|Tomatoes (Left) and Cucumbers (Right) growing bigger|
And the weather had been so nice over the past few weeks... it must have been a month since the last frost, so I started bringing them outside to harden them up before transplanting.
|Tomato Seedlings (Left) and Cucumber Seedlings (Right) Hardening on the Balcony|
Oh well, what can you do?
The strawberries have perked up and the radishes and kale have poked up nicely, so I guess that's the silver lining to this cloud.
|Radishes (Left) and Kale (Right)|
... But I don't think I'm going to get much from these raspberry and blueberry bushes I bought last year. Gesh! $60 between the two of them, I didn't get more than a few berries to eat of off them, and they're toast by the next year.
|Dead Blueberries (Left) and Condition Critical Raspberries (Right)|
Those things were such a waste of time, effort and money, I think I might just take them completely off the "garden cost list" and write them off as a mistake of nature. KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid!)