Overall the experiment to put the seeds on the shelves behind the shed with a plastic box over the top to make a mini greenhouse has been very successful.
I will watch these now and, depending on the weather, either transplant them into the garden or pot them on when they have a second lot of leaves. The weather will be warm enough soon to plant more seeds directly in the garden. I will also plant some more in seed trays as back up in case there is a late frost and also to give away.
I also want to plant some flower seeds. Propagation from seeds is much cheaper than buying seedlings.
Today I planted two full packets of tomatoes. The ones on the left are Grosse Lisse (a favourite of my dad's) and a heritage variety called Mortgage Buster (AKA Mortgage Lifter).
Sounds like a good one to me!
I have planted enough to share.