Hello! Welcome to the Farm. Today, we’re going to be showing you how to transplant bell peppers into a raised garden bed. In this bed, we have garden soil and we’ve added our own compost mix into it so it’s nice and rich for our transplants.
Grab the base of the transplant. Go ahead and squeeze the pot/container to loosen the roots in the soil.
Dig the hole as deep as the soil of the transplant, loosen up the soil to make it fluffy.
Hold the stem and flip the container upside down gently squeezing the container to loosen the transplant.
Move the soil around and gently tap down to make it firm.
*We added the bamboo sticks to help provide stability for the plant as it grows up higher. To tie the plant onto the bamboo stick, we used a green plant tape that you can buy at any hardware or plant store.
That’s how you transplant! Don’t water your plants at the end, when they are all in the soil.