(Sigh) I had high hopes. Probably a little too high.
- cherry tomatoes
I’m not going to lie to you, friends – it was disappointing. It was quite a bit of work making sure the little seedlings were watered, transplanting them to bigger containers, etc. I talked to them and sang to them and made sure they had plenty of light. And, to little avail.
- You really need grow lights for anything beyond the items listed above.
- I’m not sure I’m ready to invest in grow lights.
- The small seed starter trays are really hard to transplant. I found it very difficult to get the small seedlings out of the tiny areas without ruining them and those around them. They are also nearly impossible to wash and reuse. This kit was a waste of money.
- Seed packets have far too many seeds in them for the average folks (namely Kim and Ryan). Purchasing a few transplants ends up being less expensive for what we actually planted.
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