Five weeks after we planted the seeds, the starts were finally ready to transplant. For some reason unknown to us, the starts this year were a bit slow coming up and had a low percentage of germination. In any case, the starts that did make it looked great and we had wonderful workshop to transplant them into individual pots. As I mentioned in the post from the first workshop, I described the process last year and won’t bore you with the details again. Here are a few pictures from Saturday and I’m looking forward to putting these plants in the ground at our dig-ins starting March 12th. I hope to see you there!