So I thought I’d show you my pre-sprouted JDL seeds from Easter break, which you probably remember me writing about.
I had the fun idea to sow them in an old type box.
This way, they can look nice in the summerhouse while they grow :o) But I just forgot the small detail that it might be best to sow them in plastic-covered pots. That way they have their own, enclosed mini greenhouse. Lonnie told me this today, shaking her head. In my defense, I’d like to say that she’s the gardening specialist around here. I’ve never had a green thumb – and she’s often wondered and had a good laugh over my way of gardening. And at times, she’s been astonished to see things grow despite my way of planting or caring for them.
But back to the seeds:
Unfortunately, I have to admit that there are no sprouts yet! Perhaps due to the missing plastic? But it’ll ruin the esthetics if they have to be covered with plastic. After all, we enjoy many cups of coffee in that summerhouse… (in our free time).
SO you’re basically witnessing an experiment here on the blog. I’m going to try and see what’ll happen from leaving out the plastic.
To be continued… /Vivian