Kitchen tongs are great for transplanting seedlings.
Their sharp edges easily slide through the soil.
They enable you to pick up the whole plant with soil around the roots.
No handling of the delicate leaves and stems is necessary.
Ordinarily, I wouldn't plant pumpkin seeds early and repot them before putting then out in the garden. This year I have given it a go. I will also plant some directly where they will grow.
C'mon boys and girls...this is a race!
From speaking in tongs to speaking broadly...
I have broad beans ...
...and lots of lovely broad bean flowers.
From broad to downright fat!
Check out the girth on this garlic!
I hope the size of the stalk is indicative of the size of the bulbs.
Maybe they have just enjoyed growing their tops.