Thanks Diana. I’m out in the desert, so warmth isn’t a problem. In fact I’m hoping it will have cooled considerably by the time the seedlings are ready to transplant . . . Desert gardening is do-able, but it can be tricky! I discovered recently that the roots of the mesquite trees yards away had grown under the clourtyard wall and up into my little raised beds! Their fine roots were everywhere.
I have a Wisconsin-born friend that moved to AZ years ago and he still calls me every February to yank my chain that he’s eating fresh home-grown tomatoes in the dead of winter.
He’s a jerk, but he’s MY jerk, LOL!