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Winter Sowing Results Pt 2 – Cut Flower and Vegetable Seedlings

If you’ve been following my YouTube channel at all, you know that I’m completely obsessed with winter sowing. I mean, seriously, I talk about it all the time. I’m almost finished with winter sowing for the season, and I’m so happy to show you all what some of my bottles of seedlings currently look like. There are definitely more bottles to open – to share my success and failure – but I thought I would break the process into smaller posts. Here are some plants that will be going out into the garden soon.

Not winter sowing – but check out the collards that I started in soil blocks! Looks great!
‘Carnegie’ Hyacinths are beginning to bloom!
Opening some containers to get some nice direct sunlight.
Snapdragons
Sweet Peas (lathyrus odoratus)
Lettuce
Nasturtium
Radicchio
Broccoli
Strawflower
Feverfew
Yarrow
Oregano
Wallflower
Milk Thistle
Swiss Chard

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3 Comments

  • Annie

    Thanks for another lovely update. Your seedlings look fantastic! How do you go about transplanting everything? The time I tried winter sowing, I had a heck of a time getting everyone out okay. It looks like you have a tons of little buggers in each container!

    • freshcutky

      Transplanting is definitely the trickiest part! The first time I winter sowed, I ended up planting in large chunks. The next year I put way less seeds in each container, and I had pretty good luck.

  • Cindy Anderson

    I am so impressed with the huge variety of plants that you work with. We used to garden from seed as well as seedlings. We had many, many raised beds. Now that the years are catching up with me I only plant perennial flowers. Way to go! 🙂

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