As the seedlings get bigger, their containers must also. This week I've been transplanting the not-so-little pepper and tomato starts into their new homes to give their roots a bit more room to expand.
And as the weather has improved we also transport the trays to the garden during the day to soak up the sun.
Tomatoes don't seem to mind being uprooted and moved, and with each move they get planted deeper into the soil so their roots can grow along the stem.
Peppers do not get the same kind of transplant instructions, they go in like pretty much anything else, soil line stays the same.