Seeds in Sets, Waiting for Spring


Despite the continuing cold and long term forecasts that show the low temperatures remaining way too low for this time of year, I am planting seeds indoors to get ready for mid-May transplanting.

This year I am experimenting with peppers like Thai, cayenne, and ghost chilis.


Bell peppers are something we eat a lot of, so plenty of those going in, and why not chocolate habaneros?  I’ve not tried celery from seed, or even from a plant before, so that will be interesting.  It is a true marvel  of nature that a seed that tiny can make such a substantial plant.



And lastly for this past weekend, two varieties of eggplant, one Ukrainian and one Italian.  Maybe I will even get Chris to like eggplant in some form or another this year!

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