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Winter Sowing Reveal – March Progress in Low Tunnel

Here’s a view of some of the plants in the low tunnel. I still need to start a lot of other trays as the weather begins to warm up in March.
Artichoke seedlings (front) and Brussels sprouts seedlings (back)
It looks like the cauliflower seedlings have just started to grow.
The broccoli has also just now started to germinate.
We’ve even got some cabbage seedlings for the spring garden! Exciting!
The scarlet kale seedlings really blend in with the soil.
The red orach plants are looking wild and spindly. I’m not worried though, they will definitely start looking more robust before transplant.
Spinach germination was great. I really need to transplant these into the ground soon.
Great germination on the shasta daisies!
Germination of the statice flowers was not as good, but decent.
You have to look close, but those tiny seedlings are artemesia for the cut flower garden.
Those teeny tiny seedlings in the front tray are celery and celeriac. That’s bachelor button flowers in the back tray.
Chickpeas are starting to germinate. The tray behind them is filled with annual phlox flowers.
These Brussels spout seedlings look great!
Another look at the artichokes.
The sage seeds have started to germinate. If you look close, you can see the roots.
The salad bowl lettuce mix seems to love this weather.
The cress seedlings look really bad. I don’t think I would winter sow these again.

The winter sowing reveal! Results are finally starting to show from our winter sowing experiment using an unheated low tunnel. Due to the cold weather lately, I’m not at all surprised that germination has taken so long. Nonetheless, I’m really excited to show the results so far.

SEE LAST YEAR’S WINTER SOWING REVEAL – CLICK HERE!

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