#100HappyDays: Transplants

Clockwise from the top left: African Daisies in the big round pot, zucchini, jalapeno, mystery tomato, Japanese maple. Bottom row: A bunch of Golden Yellow and Beefsteak tomato seedlings. If I knew how to make heart emoticons right here, I would make a zillion.
Happiness is a couple hours in the garden. Today's adventure included giving some (fingers crossed) mosquito-repellent citronella and catmint a new home, as well as transplanting wee seedlings from six packs. Huge thanks to my mother-in-law for giving me free rent in her greenhouse this Spring. I've already got a head start on my Summer produce!

My avid gardening partner (who, at 13, doesn't seem to know how to be outside).
What's in your garden this year?


1. 24 Hours of Happy
2. If loving a wheelbarrow is wrong...
3. A trip to the nursery

Other Green Thumbs things:
The quest for 'black gold' ends in composting failure
5 tips for keeping the garden alive during a drought
Tips, tricks and warnings for growing tomatoes
6 tips for keeping mosquitoes away from your yard
Front yard veggie gardening
Spring joy in photos
Project Green Thumbs Season 5 to-dos

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