I always find it amusing that I do my sowing in the room that I sew. Right now the sewing machine is all covered up because of all the dirt flying around. I guess it is better than my old house where I made a muddy mess of the laundry room, but at least there I had a sink to clean up in.
I made two more flats of soil blocks this week and filled them all up.
On Tuesday I put in the following:
- Broccoli: Packman, Piracicaba, Windsor
- Cabbage: Ruby Perfection
- Chard: Argentata, Rubarb
- Chinese Cabbage: Rubicon, Michihili
- Asian Greens: Chinese Kale and Choy Sum
On Friday I put in:
- Asian Greens: Fun Jen, Shanghai Bok Choy, White Stem Bok Choy
- Flowers: Forget-me-nots, Achillea Cerise Queen
- Herbs: Cumin (30 cells since they go so close together) and Cilantro (two wintersown packs)
So now I have six flats under my lights and six packs of wintersown plants. In two weeks I will have a lot more to sow. All the peppers will be sown then. I've started to harden off my onions a bit this week as they will be the first plants kicked out into the cruel windy world. Today it got to 70 degrees by 1:40 (as I type). Wow. That is the first time over 70 this year. I hope the onions like the nice heat and the sunshine.