Upgraded cilantro; parlsey; Eva Purple Ball toms; and Striped Cavern toms to new containers
Jimmy Nardello pep; chervil; Bloody Butcher tom and Genovese basil in new pots
This is a Genovese basil I planted last winter, which has flourished nicely
New containers in their natural habitat (the sunroom). The top center is some kind of tom but I forgot to label it.
Top left is Little Fingers eggplant; top right is Chadwick's Rodan lettuce.
Top and middle left are Lincoln pea plants; bottom is Debarao toms; middle is Tonodoes des Conores toms; bottom middle is Riesenstraube toms; upper right Dwarf Greek and Sweet Thai basil; lower right Santa Fe Grande and Serrano peps
Considering I started this project a month ago, I've seen amazing progress. On average I planted 3 of each seed and I've seen a good return for my effort. I still have to get the radishes, bunching onions, and several peppers started but there is still plenty of time. The Lincoln pea plants continue to amaze me and seem to grow every day. I used some skewers to stake them for now but they will most definitely need new pots sooner rather than later.
Has anyone else been impatient and started their garden indoors already?