the culinary adventures of a georgia peach in the big apple
I would thin them out after I transplant them. This way if you transplant them and a few don't make it, you still have a nice selection of arugula.They're adorable ... beautiful presentation!
havent been reading blogs for while and u have been real bz....
by the time they are ready to transplant, the roots will be hopelessly intertwined, so they should be thinned now and maybe again at transplanting time. counterintuitively, pull out the tallest ones, as they will be leggier and you want nice branchy,sturdy plants.the one-armed farmer
Sounds like Linda knows what she is talking about! Remember how hard it was to thin the plants in our mountain garden? Seemed such a waste of a lovely plant!
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