Last year when I planted garden seeds I made a stupid mistake. I've got to tell you I learn everything the hard way. If I would only read and pay attention; but no, I get all excited and just rush headlong into whatever I'm doing and I would do far better taking my time, reading and following instructions. Anyway, back to my original thought. I made a stupid mistake. I did not read how long it took for my seeds to sprout so I had some pop up within a week and others in 2 or 3 and I had them all planted in the same tray. This caused a major problem because you are supposed to keep them covered until they break through and some of them were up and ready to go under the lights but others were not. I was moving this one and that one around trying to get certain ones in certain trays that I messed everything up. Not to worry, I planted them all but consequently, sometimes I didn't even know what I was planting. This year I'm being much more careful and I'm making sure everything is marked properly.
The tray in the back has eggplant, hot and sweet peppers and a few other vegetable seeds that are slow to come up.
Tomorrow I will be planting a tray of tomato seeds, a tray of cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and also another tray of herbs. I'm keeping my fingers crossed on the cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. This is the first year I've ever planted seeds for them.
I made a huge meatloaf for supper and opened a couple quarts of whole red baby potatoes and sauteed them in butter, sea salt, pepper, and thyme and when they were ready to serve sprinkled them with Pink Himalayan Salt. Oh my gosh, they were so good!!