Hardening-off

Growing aromatic herbs
April 14, 2008


Two weeks ago I transplanted many indoor plants in the garden.
They had some problems with hungry turtles and pouring rain, and look very depressed.

Transplanted corianderNow they look better, like this coriander plant. It raised its head saying: I'm outdoor! Finally! This is the world where I was meant to live and prosper!


Transplanted Hot LemonBaccatum species are recovering from the transplant shock. I can't wait to see the Hot Lemon flowers!



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