Zach, How Does Your Garden Grow? [PHOTOS]
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?
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?
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?