Today I spent a good bit of time, and unfortunately more money than expected, on a surprise transplant. I am not very knowledgeable about gardening so when I bought my 6 pack of broccoli and Brussels sprouts, I planted all six of each in two planters just a couple of inches apart. Yesterday I learned that this is not supposed to be! So I bought some new pots and transplanted them into those, one each. I've included pictures of them. Do they look OK for what I've done? Is there anything I did wrong with these? On to the Swiss chard: I looked closely and it actually seems like there are three or four different plants in the pot! They are different colors, some stalks are red and some are yellow. Do I need to break these guys up and put them in their own pots, or are they fine together like this? They were sold in the same pot, and I simply put them in a larger pot when I got them home. I thought it was just one plant at the time! Bonus: my jalapeno is in one of these pictures. I got scared the other night when the cold front really moved in and the wind started to whip it around. The stem has actually grown thicker just in the last few days and it's not moving around in the wind very much at all anymore! If I feel it is in any more danger of falling over I will get a stake for it though.