The Cinematic Garden: Transplant

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We’re sprouting our true leaves this year with a new web series. The Cinematic Garden is The CG Project’s contribution to the wealth of online knowledge about gardening. Kristin Cotts provided a new theme that we’re happy to use for the first time in…

Episode 1: Transplant

We got an early start on the season this year. Having our lights set up from last year gave us the opportunity to focus more attention on sowing and watering the seeds better. The 3 variety or tomatoes in this episode; Black Cherry, Jublilee and the spotted, black, heirloom tomato, were started in a kit that was a gift from Anni Holm. Our next episode will feature Black Krim tomatoes and some zucchini and cucumbers. Stay tuned, subscribe and tell your friends.

“Keep on watching and growing” – Ava


3 thoughts on “The Cinematic Garden: Transplant

    Tiffany and Arlen said:
    March 3, 2012 at 10:48 pm

    Very nice videos. They look beautiful and are very informative.

    […] We’d responded to their videos with our own for the past two seasons before launching The Cinematic Garden this year. We’re also stealing a technique that they tested out last summer for our 2012 […]

    Starting a New Year | thecontrerasgabrielproject said:
    May 2, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    […] Cinematic Garden: Transplant – Mar. 3 – This is the debut of our new gardening series. The second episode only received one view so far but we’ll get better. […]

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