I'm much better about it now though. I've found the best thing to do with plants, in the whole, is to leave them alone. Just let them grow forget them for a couple days, and try not to over-manage them.
I guess hub has gotten back into the container garden hobby as well, since we went out to Lowe's the other day and bought more plants! Lemon balm, sweet basil, thyme, and cherry tomato. So all of the plants are outside now on the balcony (which gets good sun during the day), except for the 2 onions and money tree that are still on the windowsill in the spare bedroom.
I am keeping an eye on my 3 bell pepper seedlings though (2 as a pair, and then 1 by itself). They used to be inside on the sill as well. The day before yesterday they looked a little wilted, and I started to get worried, reading about damping off disease and all. So I've moved them outside as well, for better air circulation. Fingers crossed!
Pregnant onion splitting down the middle! Growing bigger!
Bell peppers sprouted! About 2 weeks ago.
Progress! Still growing and separated into 2 pots.
The most recent photo before they started to go wilty' on me
Decrepit mint and the cactus
My first transplanting expedition, getting down an' dirty
Pregnant onion out of it's former container - had totally outgrown it!
Our newest plants - Top: lemon balm & thyme; Bottom: tomato & basil