I bought the last of my seeds today
PLan on getting them started tomorrow, now that it's March.
Here's how my "I started these too early but I'm going to try them out anyway!" seedlings are doing:
The Squashes: I think i have one zucchini, one regular sized pumpkin and a butternut squash in here? All the seeds spilled out to the bottom of the bag, so it'll be a surprise
I also (happily) have another one that recently sprouted, so soon to be 2 provided I don't kill one while I'm uppotting!
Lettuce seedlings; they were kinda leggy, but i uppotted them today and buried the stems in hope that it'll help steady them a bit
Banana peppers: I had a bell pepper, too, but i accidentally managed to knock off the top part of the sprout with the seed still on it, so RIP that plant!
Onions, i bought scissors this afternoon so i can trim them tonight
An big max giant pumpkin seed:
Not sure if i should be concerned about the first true leaf showing already when it hasn't even emerged from the soil completely though??
and my pride and joy; we've almost made it through till spring!
If anyone has any possible nutrient deficiency suggestions in regards to the leaves, please let me know. I took a photo in to the local nursery and they told me there was nothing I could do, that it was just near the end of it's life cycle, but it's putting out new growth, new flowers, etc? I've recently started adding fish emulsion to it's water, but am also very careful to make sure i only water when it's needed. The leaves look a bit bumpy, though?