These are my cool weather crops as of October 10th. They were put in the ground/containers several weeks ago but started in seed cells near the end of August. Seed cells are a great way to get your fall crops started. If you are like me and run out of energy and room… seed cells are a savoir. You only need a hour to get a flat planted and they can stay in there for 3-5 weeks until you have the energy and or space to plant them. This is a strategy I use toward the end of the season.
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