Thanks for the link. I had no idea what was involved besides sowing seeds in the winter. I will continue to sow salad fixins through the winter. But it's an interesting idea to go ahead and sow the next season seeds when I get the new boxes in in January, and see who DOES come up when it's warm enough.
The other thing I thought I could do is sow some when I'm in NC over Christmas and bring to Florida and see how we do.
I did sprout lettuce mix up there in October when it was too hot in Florida for them to germinate.
Interesting concept because some spring garden plants really need to get started early down here so they're done before it gets too hot. And I'm always worried about that possible last frost the first week in April.
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