Can someone help me out with some advice? I started various seeds at the beginning of March (Zucchini, Jalapenos, Tomatoes, Dill, Watermelon, Lettuce, etc.)
I've had them all sitting in a window (and under a clear plastic dome in the beginning) the entire time. I don't have a better source of light. But now my plants are all skinny and spindly. They are about 2-3 inches tall and super thin. From reading it looks like this is caused by insufficient light (lesson learned for next year I guess).
My question is can these be salvaged? Even my lettuce doesn't look like lettuce...it looks tall and thin. As I said I don't have a better source of light but I do have an inexpensive plastic greenhouse that I bought last year that I can move them to if it will help. I could also move it to the sunniest spot on the patio this weekend if it will help.
Our last frost date here in western wa is april 30th. Temps right now during the day are generally in the 50's and at night probably more like in the 40's...though it still does frost once in awhile (but not often).
What can I do? Can these be salvaged or do I need to start all over? And if I do need to start all over should I do it by starting the seeds in the greenhouse rather than in my window?