Alright! They are in the ground! We’ll sort of. They are in the planters they will stay in. I planted them 2 days ago and they look so green and happy after the move! I’m going to make dollies this weekend so I can wheel them around for more morning light. The tomato cages are because I don’t trust my chickens. Not that my chickens spend much time in the middle of the yard but jic.
With this transplant I also planted cover crop seeds, the basil in each pot has been living there for a month or so, wrapped the black planter in burlap (loosely) to bring down soil temps, and dead lawn clippings for mulch. Keeping an eye out for pests and will top feed with neem seed meal to deter them. I thought I’d let them adjust for a few days first.
My soil was mostly terrible cheap dirt mixed with sand so I added a few cups of happy frog that I took from my mom, (she had no idea what she bought), and a few hands fulls of worm castings.