A month or so ago, I put seed in single serving yogurt cups that I save throughout the year for just that. I have some good size 'mater sprouts all ready to put out as soon as this danged weather decides to let me know what I should do, haha.<quoted text>
i gave up on starting them from seed...just started buying plants 9i have a patience problem with these sort of things which leads to over watering and over fertiilizing..... when i go get maters from him i will ask.... they were sooo good.
Green peppers and such, I buy at Lowes. I do have some Plum Granny seed that I want to spread out along the woodline this year. I saved them from last year. MAN, those things smell so good sitting in a container in the house each fall. Of course, pole beans are easy as pie to grow from seed and I have some set back, I'm ready.
One thing I have trouble with growing is corn for some reason. I don't know why..
Gonna try my hand at Cantaloupe this year for a change. I've never grown them before though, so I hope I'm successful. I adore cantaloupe. And honeydew melon as well.