SEED FRENZY COLLECTIONThe collage about shows my trays that were started roughly 2-3 weeks ago. Snapdragons are a seed usually planted directly in the ground but I decided to give these easy growers a try. Is it any surprise that this seed would be going nuts! I hate to thin them they are growing so well.
The English DAISIES are up 2 inches but the Balsa have not sprouted yet. Another slow riser is my tray of peppers. They seem to be taking there time to pop up. The space were I am growing stays roughly at a comfortable 50 - 70* with morning to afternoon sun.
tomato seed starters and the pepper collection. Much to my surprise the tomatillo, roma and brandywine seeds have SPRUNG!!! This is what made me rate the first few weeks of this growing season using the peat pod product with an A+. These pods were super easy to use and less mess then using traditional potting soil. The pods seem to grow / spout faster then my organic mix. I can't wait to see what the remainder of the seed planting season will bring but thus far I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this product.
This is another favorite daffodils variety of mine from the garden. This beauty blooms with a gold outer peddle and orange 'cup'. THE TULIPS ARE COMING.............