How are our seedlings you ask? Some are crazy big. Check it out:
We've since learned that it isn't necessary to start green beans inside because they germinate in about 43 seconds and grow to this big in about an hour. OK, that's a bit of an exaggeration, but still. Lookit those beans they are huge.
Our cucumbers and zucchini are also doing really well, too. I hope they don't feel bad because they aren't as big and beans. I don't want sad, depressed squash and cukes. Those beans are a hard act to follow.
The basil and tomatoes are still little, but we've got tons of each and the chives (or perhaps green onions — our labeling system failed us, mostly because we didn't label everything) just popped up.
The heated germination station has been kind of hit and miss. The hearty green beans are the only thing that would grow in the center section. We had more luck with the things around the edges. I think it was too warm for them.
The directions say to use a digital thermometer to keep it at a steady temperature. We didn't ever take its temperature. Wonder what went wrong.
But hey, did you see the size of those beans?