I also planted all of the remaining tomato seedlings I was holding on to in hopes they'd have a change of heart and decide to grow for me. I've fooled around with them long enough. After watching beans grow practically as I'm looking at them, I just can't be bothered with these needy vegetables. Water me, transplant me, harden me. Enough already. (Look at this little bean seedling below. All I had to do was plant it and it has grown this much in a day. Ahem. Tomatoes.)
I've noticed as long as I go out every day and do a little something; things seem to stay in check. For that reason, I'm a little worried about my vacation in June. I'm afraid when I come back the weeds will have formed a resistance and taken my little charges hostage. I am attempting to be an organic gardener, but if they play hardball, I might have to resort to chemical warfare.
Okay, I won't really, but it is always good to keep them guessing. Sometimes while I'm out there I like to casually mention things like Miracle Gro and Weed-B-Gon. The key is not to let them get too comfortable.