I also transplanted some fairly root bound houseplants. A jasmine plant, which had a bad case of spider mites awhile ago and is now doing great, was desperately calling my name. This poor plant was given to me a couple of years ago and it's had a rather rough start. Jevan has knocked it off the table twice when it was just a little bitty thing, another friend accidently crashed it to the floor as well, and it's had spider mites a few times... it's a wonder the thing has survived at all. I generously spray it with a soap and water solution and that takes care of the mites, and then within a week it has buds all over it and when the flowers bloom it smells heavenly.
I was shocked to see some of the Sub Arctic Plenty tomatoes coming up... well only two but it's a start ;) I planted them last Tuesday, only four days ago! These tomatoes are new to me, they were developed in Alberta for Prairie climates and will set fruit even under cold conditions. I also planted three other kinds and hope to see them soon.