I really need to work on finishing up my winter sowing - which is more like mini-greenhouse gardening now that it's warming up.
Today I also moved the Green Star lettuce plant outside. Both had started to grow flower stalks. One Henry broke off, and the other was starting to grow into the plant light. Lettuce is supposed to be alright in cool temperatures, so hopefully it will survive tonight and find some pollinators when it finally flowers. Perhaps we'll have seeds to save!
The kittens seem to be doing well. They'll be nine weeks old tomorrow. They're eating soft food, and still nursing with Mabel. Hard food is available to them, but they don't seem very interested. Floki has used the litter box a few times, but usually only when redirected to do so when she finds an inappropriate place and gets caught in the act. Can hardly wait until they use the litter box exclusively! Lagertha does have a goopy eye, but they go to the vet next week so we'll get that fixed up.
I've been putting off planting the aronia (chokeberry) bush due to the nightly low temps, but after tonight it looks like they're set to stay 40 and above, so I'm going to go ahead and plant it tomorrow and hope for the best.