Fabulous and cheap!
Addendum: It’s now several weeks later and I realize I made a boo boo. I don’t know why I posted this on my Home page, but don’t know how to move it to the Recipes page. If you will go to the Recipes page, you’ll read what happened while making this recipe!
We are now in month two and things are coming along nicely! I am already eating snippets of all the plants. I feel so smug as I clip off my organic basil leaves for salads and stir fries when it’s selling for $2.99 for a small bundle in grocery stores. I have been getting all my lettuce leaves for sandwiches from the seedlings for a couple of weeks now.
I just saw instructions for growing carrots in a jar, so am going to try those next. This growing your own veggies indoors is such a great idea. Unfortunately I went a little bit mad and spent nearly $60 on seeds last week. Obviously not all can be sown in my indoor seedling trays. Nothing breeds hubris like success!
The seedlings I planted in January are coming along nicely now. I’ve repotted them–here’s a picture of some lettuce and a basil plant.
As you can see the plants are leaning a bit. That’s because I didn’t rotate the pot today and we had bright sun. The clocks go forward this coming Sunday, so the plants in the south facing windows will lose some morning sunlight. I may have to make some lighting adjustments.