First herbs, plus more coleus. I sorted out my extensive seed collection in anticipation of next week’s Seedy Sunday, and discovered a few Black Dragon coleus seed from last April. I still cannot believe how many coleus I’ve lost this winter, though with the heating pad now running downstairs to start these herb seeds, I ought to be able to keep things going from this point.
So you can kind of make out the masking-tape row labels in this flat, but I’ll tell you anyway (The coleus row is one short because that’s all the Jiffy pucks I had left over! Must buy more tonight!)…
From left (1 column of each): Black Dragon Coleus (4 pucks); flat parsley (for bugs to eat), curly parsley (for us to eat), Red Rubin Basil, Genovese basil.
Like I said, these are sitting in their own light on the heating pad on the downstairs-kitchen counter, so they should do just fine. I realize herb seeds probably don’t need bottom heat, but with the temperatures still very cool down there, it can’t hurt.