transplant

I've been waiting for another episode of rainy days before I'd transplant the new seedlings I bought, and some other old plants we have. But it looks like hurricane sandy took all the rain. So I decided to go on before they all become trees.

I transplanted the parsley seedlings. I guess it was not a good idea to get a packet of seeds. There's no problem in germinating them into seedlings. Parsley was easy to grow. Problem came when there were 101 seedlings sprouting. I just have no space for them, and I don't know how to handle them when they're still these tiny little seedlings. And so a lot of them just died. šŸ™

Then there were 2 seedlings I got from Super Metro's grocery. One is Vietnam coriander. I think coriander and parsely are the same or maybe related. But this Vietname coriander looks like it fit better our tropical climate. It's more sturdy. And, it looks like it propagates like mint. Bu it smells exactly like a coriander / parsley.

The other seedling I got from Super Metro is that I forgot what it is it. I'm confused between thyme and marjolen. But I think this is thyme.

Then, I rearranged the other hers I have into hopefully putting them in a shadier place. The heat the past days was really really bad, the thai basil looks like it's dying. I'm depressed as it was very blooming before that. Anyhoo, I placed it under one of our malunggay plant, which will hopefully give it shade.

Then I placed the italian oregano and tarragon beside the gumamela. Hoping the gumamela will help in lessening the effect of heat.

I also have a few tiny seedlings of siling kulikot which I got from our home at Badian.