The seedling transfer bed, bottom to top: Amish Deer Tongue lettuce (two leaves seen), arugula, spinach, unemergent seeds of spinach, Red Sails lettuce, orach, broccoli, minutina, mizuna, more spinach, more Red Sails and Grand Rapids lettuce. Those are two beds of garlic you see beyond, as well as the overwintered fig trees.
Outdoors in the greenhouse is where I *love* starting our seeds. It’s here, too, that some indoor seedlings find temporary shelter, growing out as best they can before they go outside to their permanent spots. I have 6 of 9 beds in the old greenhouse that are filled like this one. Now can you see why I hate starting seeds indoors? Inside, I only have so much dirt and so much light: here, well, here I can go crazy.
Perhaps a little too crazy! Now that I have the excuse of “well, I am growing for the school garden too” I am, uh, taking it to heart.