I transplanted my starts Saturday. I put in the Basque peppers, the Genovese basil, white ribbed chard and the white eggplants (seeds from Monticello) as well as the flower, Salpiglosis. I also purchased and transplanted 4 common sage and a rosemary officinalis named Tuscany.
I then started some more seeds, one set is a new pepper that a friend gave me, Padron peppers. These are a pepper that is sauteed and served with salt as a tapas dish. I am hoping enough will come up to grow some for myself and to give her for her garden when she returns from travels. I also planted flat leaf parsley, borage, chives, and a columbine variety, Mrs. Scott Elliott. I also tucked a few Detroit Red beet seeds directly into the bed with peas and carrots. It was a lovely day!
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