I noticed yesterday that Tomatoes are actually beginning to form on my Tiny Tim plants. I pollinated them with a beard trimmer as suggested by Kenneth. Apparently the vibration is enough to release and spread the pollen within the flower. I was worried that it didn't work, but the little green ball I saw this morning tells me otherwise! It's hard to see but right at the centre of the picture. Yeah, super early spring veggies!
The Brugmansia are also doing very well. They're already hitting the lights with their very large leaves. The stems are budding with growth and the first few branches are beginning to start. Now I probably should have transplanted them into their own pots a while ago. I'll make sure to do that this weekend after I apply to a few more jobs. Does anyone have transplant tips? The roots are really intertwined.
I'm going to send in a second application to the job that I'm really excited for just to add some things. I'm concerned they won't want to hire me because I might have to fly there for an interview (I'm hoping skype is fine but worst case I might be able to pay for a flight). I also haven't included any renders of buildings so I'll probably do a new one on Thursday. Wish me luck!