It's time to transplant the seedlings outdoors. I started them about three weeks ago from seeds I had left over from last year.
I thought I give the seedling process another try as I had a successful harvest last summer.
This year, however, instead of buying a plastic seedling tray, I decided to go into reuse/repurpose mode and use eggshells and egg cartons to get the seedlings started. I carefully washed the eggshells in hot soapy water and punched a hole for drainage. If the shell was too shallow, I would stack two of them together to create a taller and wider vessel.
So far I started onions,
and Sugar Daddy peas.
I thought the peas would take longer to sprout because the seed was so large and hard, but it shot up in a matter of days. Look at them now!
I was hoping to have a vertical garden structure ready before transplanting anything but it looks like I will be in for another season of ground level gardening. No worries, I will continue to dream of a vertical garden oasis and rely on Pinterest to keep me inspired.
What will be growing in your garden? Have any gardening plans or stories to share?