much of this past week was spent transplanting various seedlings into the remaining beds. we were able to accommodate most of the brassicas, (cabbage, brussels sprouts, and cauliflower we got from our friends at bbg), you can see a picture one of the little babies attached. these were bred to withstand extreme heat, which is perfect for the roof. when transplanting seedlings, or moving any plant, it is most desirable to move as much of the soil surrounding them as well so that they feel the least amount of separation anxiety as possible.
there were also bean seedlings that were out growing their plastic cups, (one even beginning to flower), that needed to be moved outside so we relocated them to their permanent home in the boxes with their friends.
yemi and i, mostly yemi and a resident, also moved some things around, transplanting some of the viney peas and beans into places were they would be able to wind around stakes and reach for the sun. also, we have recognized that some of the youngsters would be better of in different places than where they were originally planted. there was a need to consolidate like-plants that were spread out in different beds.
so now, everything seems in order and the world is good.