So here are my plants.
5 bell peppers
3 Swiss chard
3 banana peppers
These are all from seed.
The numbers represent sprouts. I have 3 more spinach seeds that have not come up yet.
As you can see they are in little containers for now. I plan to move them into bigger containers. I have five 5-gallon containers, and 20+ 1/2 gal juice/milk cartons, and also various other pots.
I don't have space to plant them in the front/back yard, nor do I have the means to protect them from them the wildlife. They go outside during the day, and come inside at night. And get inspected each time. I've come to the realization that I may not have a huge harvest this year (since I'm not planting in the ground), but I would like to have something. To share with myself, family, and possibly my community. These plants have never seen, or had anything other than the following: miracle gro soil, water, miracle gro water soluble fert (in minute amounts), spearmint tea, water/H2O2 (3%) in 1:16 ratio, sun, and eventually will get miracle gro organic fert pellets for veggies (when they go into bigger pots). So I'm trying very hard to keep them very sheltered. At least for this season. I am thinking something crazy like maybe a planting few plants in the ground, but I have a chihuahua and no means to shelter them from her. And her duty to nature...
I have a plan somewhat, but would just like to ask for advice or if anyone has any ideas to better cultivate them to produce a better harvest, than what I am thinking. Otherwise, a good luck would be very much appreciated! Thank you.