Not that I have to carry them far. The sun only hits this side of the shed for a few hours, then it's in the shade of the arborvitae. It's also sheltered from the wind in this corner of the yard. The plants have grown quite sturdy, having been put outside every day that the temperature is at least 50F, and back inside the shed every night.
I do think the tomatoes would appreciate more heat. I don't like that some of the leaves have turned so yellow. Normally I would blame it on over watering, but I let them get quite dry before I give them water, so I'd have to say they are suffering from a nitrogen deficiency. I did give them a feeding of fish emulsion, but that hasn't seemed to help yet. I hesitate to fertilize them any more, so I'll probably do nothing. Soon they will be planted in fertile soil, then hopefully they will green up.
The peppers aren't showing the yellow leaves like the tomatoes, and they get exactly the same treatment and watering schedule. I'm quite happy with their progress, even though I wish I'd started them a week or two earlier.
Then there are these hardy little specimens! They've been out 24/7 for the past two or more weeks, and they're still plugging right along. Never again will I plant lobelia. Those tiny seeds could NOT be planted with proper spacing in a six-pack. The ones in the front have been slightly thinned, the ones in the back will be ripped apart at planting time, and I hope to have at least a few survivors. I'm wondering if anything will kill the California poppies. They need to get planted somewhere, but I can't make up my mind where to put them!