Yesterday I finally had some time to get some of my seeds started!
I started my Tomatos
[yes, I know, I have a problem...that is 6 different varieties of tomatos...plus one more not shown!]
And I also started my celery, broccoli and cauliflower.
I am trying something different this year with those three. I try to direct seed as many veggies as I can, but some just don't do well in my area unless they are started earlier indoors.
I was reading on the back of the seed packets for these three though, and it mentions the cooler weather and growing when it hits no more than 70* during the day and 45* at night. Right now, with this freak [nice] weather we are having, I can try this! I have the seeds now started and haning out on the patio. More on them later this week.
I also thought it was worth noting, LAST YEAR when I started seeds, it was the end of March.
Check out my post to see what the weather looked like then, as well as my little seed helper!
Now look at him this year...and we are outside on the patio doing the seeds. So much change all around from last years process! And here is to hoping that the cat doesn't jump on my seedling trays this year, seeding them upside down on the ground, to be runined before they can even make it out to the garden ;)