Several actually. Cosmos was the first of the seeds to show it’s face, with tomato Maskotka nipping at their heels. Within a few hours Gardeners Delight tomato seedlings were starting to peep through and then, to my delight, I spotted signs of life in two of the “out of date” Marigold seed modules.
By bedtime last night (Monday 9th), I was thrilled to see the first of the Amish Paste tomatoes breaking through which proved to be the icing on the cake as these were self saved seed from last years crop. The Stupice tomatoes which were also saved seed, have yet to make an appearance but as we’re only on day 6 after sowing, there’s still plenty of time.
The first of the Hollyhocks and some Dill have germinated today (10th) and as I moved the propagators from the cold windowsills back into the warm kitchen for the night, I spotted the first of the cucumber seedlings breaking cover.
The chillies are still several days away from germination and there are still several flower seeds, not to mention the Melon and Sweet Peppers which haven’t as yet shown themselves but it is early days and the feeling that spring is just around the corner is getting stronger…… sorry Sarah.