i am in the Pac NW so we usually start our plants in a greenhouse / on the kitchen window sill
i can well understand the value of those "seed tapes" - but i have pkgs of seeds. I puff up those peat pot things (buy them dry, add water - poof!)
so i am trying to start indoors in those pots - some viola (edible flowers in salads etc) - and basil - and as you know - the seeds are microscopic
so i have tiny pots that have now sprouted about 10 violas each - they are at the 2-leaf stage.
how do i separate them out?
any articles in Fine Gardening online (I DON'T have subscription - so free access would be great)
i realize i should have been more careful about how many seeds in each peat pot
so how do you plant those really tiny seeds?