The calendar changed and so did the weather. The warmth of February regressed into January temps with 2 mornings this month dawning at 25 degrees. The transplants have survived but put on little to no new growth. And I can see the cold weather indications in the leaves of the broccoli. A definite purple tint indicates a lack of phosphorous, the plants just can't take up phosphorous when the soil is cold. Not to worry, with warm weather the soil will warm and the phosphorous will flow.
I'd be thinking about planting potatoes next week, my seed potatoes arrive next week. Patience is a virtue, I'll wait awhile for the soil to warm before planting potatoes.