Okay, I went ahead and did it. I got one more tray of seeds started.
Most of them are summer squash.
I also decided to start the only 4 King Tut Purple Peas I was able to save last year. They did not do well at all in the drought, but they bravely tried!
The seed tray holds 32 square pots, and I wanted to plant just one seed per pot. I decided to start only 4 each of the Magda (a mottled light and dark green squash), yellow zucchini (Goldy)…
… and green zucchini (Endeavor). With these summer squash, I want to also try direct sowing more, and see if that makes any difference.
That left room to plant 8 each of the patty pans; Sunburst and G Star.
It occurred to me after I uploaded the pictures that I should have just planted each flat of 4 x 2 pots with one type, instead of two long rows of the patty pans. 😀 Ah, well, The flats will come apart easily when it’s time to transplant.
The tray then went straight into the sunroom, covered to keep them moist until they germinate. As you can see by the one that got pushed to the back, it’s working rather well.
There we are. Done. No more seeds will be started indoors.