Squash Seedlings: Here’s How We Transplanted Them
As you can see, here are my transplanted squash seedlings reaching towards the sunlight. Not so much like seedlings anymore, they’ve grown a few inches since I moved them into their new containers. I placed the pots in plastic cups so the water can drain without making a mess on my windowsill. Red cups hold the zucchini and blue cups hold summer squash. I’m excited to get them in the garden when the time is right!
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As the Product Marketing Manager for Arborjet and The Dirt on Dirt, Kristin divides her time between marketing, supporting, and developing products for the horticulture industry. From her early days helping her father in the yard, working for garden centers, and professionally managing consumer garden brands since 2010, Kristin brings a wealth of experience to The Dirt on Dirt. In her free time, Kristin is an avid indoor & outdoor gardener, artist, and foodie. Nikodemski is a graduate of Salve Regina University.
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