I haven't done much of anything since transplanting the remaining peppers. I let the soil dry out before bottom watering with non-chlorinated water. I haven't fed them for 2 weeks, so today I gave them some liquid kelp before setting them out onto the porch to harden off.
As you can see they are growing nicely and have regained their leaves and green color! They're not as full as they normally would be but I'm very happy with the progress that they've made.
The plant on the bottom right in the above image is a pepper that was planted 3 weeks later and did not have any problems. You can see that it's fuller, darker green and almost the same size as the "problem" plants.
The 10 day weather forecast is looking great for planting with temperatures in the 70's during the day and 50's at night. But the peppers will not go in the ground for another couple of weeks. They'll spend their time on the front porch and sun porch hardening off until then.
Today I also started to harden off some other plants. Here are the eggplants:
There are 7 total, the 4 smaller ones are toward the back, hidden by the larger ones.
Here are the amaranth, cucumbers and zinnias:
Moving all of these plants outside will make a lot more room under the grow lights. Still inside are squash, melons, sunflowers, more herbs, lettuce, zinnias and amaranth.
This weekend I'm hoping to plant the larger tomato plants, but it depends on the forecast. If the temperatures remain in the 50's at night I'll go for it. If after planting the temperature drops lower I'll cover them with a row cover. Some of the plants are getting so big that they really need to be in the ground soon.