The broccoli especially (and the other cool weather stuff, not quite as dramatically) has been loving the cooler outside air, etc. In two days, it got dramatically bigger - not taller, but wider, the leaves bigger, and sturdier - and darker green colored. They are healthy little transplants now and pretty much could go in the ground as soon as adequately hardened and I get some ground ready for them. So far I have not touched any of my ground.
It will be a challenge this year. We are working on getting our house ready to sell, so I have a million indoor projects. Repainting all the wood trim in the house and our 1923 house is rather over-supplied with wood trim. I have just about finished the dining room which has three large windows (all with wide trim and sills), a door to the screened porch, doorways to the kitchen and living room, and French doors (with a million little panes with dividers) to the office (which then opens to the back deck). Whew! Three windows and four doors/doorways in one room! And the rest of the rooms aren't far behind. As far as entrance/exit, the house has two front doors (side by side, one to the living room and one to the screen porch), two back doors (one above the other, to the deck and from the walk out basement to the carport and then patio) and a side door. And about a million windows. All that wood trim is a wonderful asset, except when you have to paint it.
But I got off the broccoli topic. When I take it out today, I will try to get a top down picture to show some of the changes better.