My tomatoes are finally growing more!
After many days and even a disaster, they survived. They almost drowned once but I replanted them as fast as I could. Not all of them grew. From 20+, now they're just less than 10. But anyway, these babies will be ready for their own pots in another week. I have more time to prepare for it! 🍅
I will start with the more recent ones 🍅
I took this picture yesterday after separating some in different pots because I thought they needed some space.
This morning here they are, they look good and strong. The two leaves even look like they're flexing. So cute.
Here's some other picture:
This is when I noticed how new leaves were growing and they looked different from the other ones. It is totally a new experience seeing them grow from seeds you just throw away.
I had some questions like why do the second pair of leaves look different? The second set of leaves are the true leaves which normally grows a month after germination. I have not kept track of the days. It has been a month since I planted them I guess.
here are the pics of (1) when I planted and (2) sprouts:
I made a quote pic! From the Lord of the Rings
The message of growth, new beginning and remaining steadfast really is something you witness with planting your own seeds.
Take care of your plants, animals and people over your side!
I am really happy about my tomatoes. My potatoes and Kalamansi take a longer time to germinate and I have no idea if it is even growing. If they do, I will be sure to inform you guys!
With this fun experience, wouldn't you like to plant too?
Here's some nice music!