After one week of babying them inside the tiny greenhouse, they have grown large enough to plant in the tray planters. Here they will stay until they are large enough to be transplanted out into the large vegetable planter box.
At this tiny stage, all sprouts look the same. I have to label them so I don’t get them confused with my baby bok choi and my mustard greens.
I will update on the progress of the swiss chard, as it is exciting to see new life grow this quickly, even at my poor handling of their delicate existences.