So I started my seeds indoors 5 weeks ago. It was only half a pack each of zucchini, yellow squash, and canteloupe. The kids and I took such care, watered them, watched them grow, and finally the weather was nice so I transplanted them. But, sadly I made the same @*#($)*& mistake I made last year, and didn't harden them off (new gardener). So after 3 hours of work yesterday, 5 weeks of work leading up to it, I have 3 rows of nearly dead, wilted plants. Most of them were flowering before I killed them. I just watered them in tears. I just want to grow something. I got tons of tomatoes last year, and this year my strawberries are doing great, but why can't I get anything else to grow? I wanted to grow enough to make homemade homegrown organic baby food for my newborn to eat in 8 months, but I can't win at this. Seems like it's WAAAAAY too late to start seeds out there now. I have plenty of room, but I don't know if I have time to start over. I was planning on buying tomato and pepper plants to put in, but I'm afraid I'll wreck that too. Maybe I should just grow wheatgrass for the chickens and give up growing people food. I really haven't been this disappointed in a long time. I'm about in tears again.