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It’s been a few weeks since I started my seeds indoors and if you missed that post, I’ll link it here!
I had planned to plant a few more seeds outside in March, but the weather has been so weird lately. Very cold and snowy one day and sunny and warm the next. Soooo the seedlings had to stay inside a little longer and I had to wait on planting outside until the weather gets a little bit more stable.
Indoor Seedlings Update:
While we are waiting, here is an update on how the seedlings are doing.
Italian Genovese Basil – basil is a little tricky to plant from seed. Sometimes the seeds won’t germinate but once it starts, you are good! 1 plant came up, so I planted a few more seeds. Hopefully, I’ll get a few good plants!
Hot Jalapenos – They were thriving from the beginning.
Early Jalapenos – thriving.
Beefsteak Pole Tomatoes– were also thriving.
Brussels Sprouts – started strong but the seedlings haven’t been doing anything for the last few weeks.
California Wonder Sweet Bell Peppers – A couple seedlings came up.
Sweetie Pole Cherry Tomatoes – struggling a little bit, 1 seedling survived.
German Chamomile – kinda died.
English Lavender – never came up. But I hadn’t had success with lavender in the past, but we’ll replant it and try again.
English Thyme – I’ve also had issues with thyme coming up in the past but once it does it’s great as well. However, I had a mishap and the cup blew over because I opened the window. So, I’ll have to replant it.
Hopefully, in the next week or two, I can start hardening these seedlings off and plant them outside with the rest of my seeds. Bye until then!