I am “this close” to ordering another metal rack from Costco to set up in my sunroom, to double my seed growing space.
Why, you ask?
Well, just look at these petunias that I started from seeds this year, under lights in my sunroom.
I know what some of you are thinking. “Carol, you have success growing petunias once from seeds and now you want to double your seed growing space?”
Not just once!
There were these petunias I grew from seeds last year.
Plus, this year, I grew all my tomatoes and peppers from seeds started indoors, not to mention zinnias, celosia, and snapdragons. And stocks.
I’ve written about them all in the past few weeks.
Growing plants from seeds is my new
addiction passion. That one rack was full and then some.
But back to those petunia seedlings. I can illustrate with one picture that petunias are not difficult to grow from seeds, if you need to be convinced.
These petunias self-sowed themselves in my patio.
Of course, I’m not going to just toss petunia seeds on the patio to sow them and hope that somehow I could actually pull them out with roots intact to pot up.
I’m going to buy another metal rack from Costco and set up another seed starting station for next year!