by Lara My seedlings were outgrowing the tray that they were planted in but it was still too early to move them outside. (I had to ask twitter if I could put them outside or not, because I really do have no ideas what I'm doing :))
I heard that you could make little pots out of newspapers that you can then plant in the ground when they're ready. GENIUS!
Only problem was that neither my husband or I could figure out how to do it with just the instructions.
So youtube to the rescue. You really can find everything on the internet now.
Once we have figured out how to make the pots, Kiernan helped me with the folding, for the first one. (Expect you'll have to make the rest on your own :))
Then we filled them with dirt and planted the seedlings. Caution, don't put very much dirt in, the newspaper pots... not THAT sturdy.
But they're doing the trick. I water them a bit at a time in my window and hope that in a week or two I can move them outside into the garden.
How's your garden doing?
Lara Wellman is mom to 4 year old Kiernan and 2 year old twins Quinn and Juliette. You can read her personal blog at Gliding Through Motherhood, about her weight loss journey at Losing it in Ottawa, and her social media blog at Larawellman.com