So I have a small (and I mean small) pot with flowers in it that I bought for my five year old back in December. Unsurprisingly, they didn't survive the harsh Swedish winter on our window pane.
A few weeks ago, I was giving my daughter some watermelon and after she finished she asked if she could plant the seeds in her now seemingly barren wasteland of a flower pot. I said sure, but I warned her that they very likely wouldn't grow since they came from a store bought watermelon that had been harvested only God knows when, and that was what I grew up being told. So she planted them and has happily been watering the shit out of an empty pot for three weeks.
.... This little fucker grew watermelon! I had to Google it to make sure I wasn't seeing sprouts remnant from the dead flowers, but no, they're watermelon sprouts! And a LOT of them. (She buried like a handful of seeds in this one little pot.) She woke me up the morning they sprouted to show me and was cackling like she'd just cheated God, making her own little Jurassic Park.
So on to my question. I know these things can't live for long in a pot because they're gonna run out of room. Is there any feesible way to transplant these plants outside to a larger patch of dirt in order to give them a chance to survive? It's going to totally crush her if we just let them start growing and then die in the pot without giving it a chance at all.
My level of gardening skills is literally zero so please ELI5 this for me if you could.
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I call it "Nightcap a la BroMo". About as gourmet as I am ever going to get.
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So, I bleached my hair two weeks ago, and again last week to get it a shade lighter. My natural hair is a somewhat cinnamon brunette with some red and blonde highlights scattered around. My hair was virgin so it took the bleach VERY well both rounds. I will try to add a photo in the comments. My hair is either platinum blonde/white, a yellow the color of the inside of a banana peel, or a slightly more yellow tinge, depending on where in my hair you look.
Is it safe/advisable to try bleaching one more time since time has passed? My hair doesn't feel dry/straw-like at all, I am conditioning regularly to maintain moisture, etc. I want to have turquoise hair and am worried that it may come out more green if I throw the dye on top of it now. I also don't want to run the chance of frying my hair when I had such good luck the last two times I bleached it.