So, it's close to Memorial Day, and everyone I talk to says that's the time to put plants into your garden. Well, I got to it a little early (planted last weekend). I should start out by saying that this is my first attempt at gardening--so, I have no idea what I'm doing. I started the plants a few months ago, so I didn't actually buy already-grown plants. All seemed fine. Then, I put them in the ground. Now, I need gardening advice! My garden has tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, lettuce, broccoli and cauliflower. Check out the pictures and let me know what I should do to keep my first attempt at a garden alive.

  • Unhealthy-looking tomato plant

    Here is what a few of the tomato plants look like. They look like they are on the brink of withering away. What should I do to nurse them back to health?

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media
  • Somewhat-healthy-looking tomato plant

    Here is a tomato plant that seems to be pretty healthy. Is this the height it should be at? Does this one look healthy to you?

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media
  • Pepper plant

    To me, but, again, I'm no expert, this looks like a healthy pepper plant. What do you think? Anything I should do to make it healthier?

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media