Today I used a Burpee seed greenhouse to get a few plants started that I want to go in my winter/salad vegetable garden, but that are better to plant as transplants than directly from seeds. I was originally planning to just buy seedlings but couldn't find as many options for cabbages and greens. In the tray I have romaine lettuce (to compare with the seedlings from Home Depot), two asian cabbages, kale, and swiss chard.
I'm worried that my garage won't give them enough sunlight so I might move them into the dining room or sunroom in the house. What do you think?
I was excited at how easy these were to do, and the mat is self-watering. I think I will start tomatoes and some other summery plants this way too, because it gives me more options when I can start with seeds.