It turned out to be forty-four pots, because I forgot I’d gotten two extra varieties from the Winter Sown tomato offer. I can’t honestly say I have room for them, but I started a pot each anyway. I also put more Buran pepper seeds into the old pots. I’m thinking it might just be too cold still for them to have germinated; I rooted around a couple of pots and found the seeds, not moldy or anything, but not growing either.

Varieties planted today:

  • Utah celery
  • Cutting celery
  • Hyssop
  • Feverfew (at least, I hope so; I wasn’t sure what was seed and what was chaff)
  • Snowball (not Snow Crown, as I thought and labeled them) cauliflower
  • More Sorrento and Romanesco broccoli
  • Tomatillos, presumably Verde
  • Rosa Bianca eggplant
  • Tomatoes: Black from Tula, Jelly Bean, Cosmonaut Volkov, Costoluto Genovese, Golden Jubilee, Italian Market Wonder, Livingston’s Golden Queen, Persimmon, Principe Borghese, Roma, San Marzano, Tiger-Like, and Zapotec Pleated
Plant window

It looks like the greenhouse-by-the-window setup should be okay. We’ll see after these things sprout.