The weather yesterday was marginal so I stuck to the house for my gardening chores. I potted up the last of the tomatoes. One should have been done a couple of days ago, but there were also a couple that could have used a few more days before potting up. It is easier for me to do them all at once so I did.
I also seeded some new 2" blocks with the Little Leaf cucumbers. The Diamant as you can see are already up. Their roots are sticking through the bottom of the blocks and it is time to get them into the garden. Yes they aren't that big, but they really do better in the soil if the weather isn't horrible. And it won't be. The forecast for the next 10 days (depending upon who you listen to) is for partly sunny weather, highs in the low to mid sixties during the day and around 50F at night. It's a good forecast. The highs really need a few more degrees to hit average, but the lows are better than average. It is weird there is barely any swing in the temperatures, but that is good for the plants. I might get a few more things in the ground too or hardened off. Some of the peppers are big enough to go outside and get hardened off. Some are tiny as in the above photo. Some could go in now.
I also made almost a while flat of new 1 1/2" blocks. I figured I'd need some successions. I made a row of Choy Sum, white stemmed bok choy, kohlrabi, tatsoi, Komatsuna, and Yakatta-na. I'd already started two rows of green stemmed bok choy. I was hoping to have enough room left for the summer lettuces that I want to start in a week, but I only have a couple rows left. I'll have to make more. I also forgot to start the melons. I need to get on top of that right away - as soon as I'm done with my post.