Our seedlings are 2-3 weeks old. Using a kitchen spoon, we transplanted our starts into bigger containers.
Very gently we pulled apart the plants to separate the roots. We shall see if they survive in the next few weeks.
Finally, we put the transplant under our grow light and filled the bottom container with water about halfway up so that the roots can go down and get their drink. Soon we will need to fertilize using liquid fertilizer. We will go to the nursery sometime and see what is available.
All our seedlings are looking pretty good. We shall see how the transplants end up over the next few weeks.The above picture shows the artichoke seedlings that we transplanted about a week and a half ago. You can see that they're a lot larger than the transplants that we planted today. Plants really do like their room to grow. In the background of the larger artichoke seedlings, you can see some of our tomato seedlings and wildflowers and marigolds that are growing like champs.