Otto was not impressed with the latest snowfall. He didn't even make it off of the patio before he said "to heck with it" and squatted! Annie came out later, and although she didn't look very happy about all the white stuff, she at least made it out to the yard. Mr. Granny had taken the leaf blower to yesterday's snow so the dogs would have a clear pathway to potty (that works great!), but we got another couple of inches last night. More is expected tonight. I have to wonder how the covered patio on the north side of the house, and the covered porch on the south side of the house both have an equal covering of snow. Swirling winds?
I moved the onion seedlings out from under the lights yesterday. I think it was too warm for them, and they were growing rather fast. It's about time to give them another "haircut". The Happy Yummy sweet pepper doesn't seem to mind the cold window, it's getting a lot of new leaves.
It's much cooler in the plant window, and the African violets will probably appreciate being moved forward a bit, away from the cold glass.
The lettuce is growing well, and the tomatoes are just about ready to move into larger containers. Parsley has not yet germinated, but the seeds are so old they might not be viable any more. I moved the two African violet plantlings (plantlets?) under the lights. They should benefit from the warmth.