I finally did it.
Last year we tried our hands at upside down plants. A tomato and a pepper. Not successful at all. Brian used some sort of special soil and I did not know this. This special soil retained water.
I overwatered said plants.
So, this year, we’re starting from seed. Forget the upside down part. We were saving egg cartons to start the plants in, but they’re the cardboard kind. Then we bought some apples at CostCo and they came in clear plastic containers, with little compartments for each apple. I thought these would be much better for germinating the seeds. When the lids are closed, light still gets in and they’ll stay moist longer. And they’ll retain some heat. Both good for germination.
They hold fourteen apples. In one I planted seven brandywine seeds and seven beefsteak seeds (both tomatoes). In the other I planted fourteen pepper seeds. Since I’ve never had much luck with pepper plants I’m hoping the more I have, the better chance I’ve got of some decent peppers this year.
I took pictures. And if anything happens, I’ll take more.
I don’t claim to possess a green thumb.