This week I began working in the greenhouse. To start the season, I picked up a truck load of seed starter mix.
After dusting off the growing trays and wiping the cobwebs off of my various greenhouse supplies I was ready to go. Just within the first day I started over one thousand two hundred seeds.
Most of these will be spring seedlings that I plan to sell to home gardeners in March at the farmers market. Then yesterday I started hundreds and hundreds of tomato seeds. I will plant over six hundred cherry tomato plants in my field along with another five hundred fifty heirloom tomato plants. Leaving three hundred or so tomato seedlings to be available for sale at the farmers market this spring. Working in the cozy dry greenhouse is a perfect way to spend wet and windy days.