Look at the score I picked up at Lowes:
2 seed starter kits and a bunch of seeds! $71 worth of gardening goodies
I came home and immediatly got to planting seeds. I will post later tonight or tomorrow what I planted. I'm supposed to be making dinner right now but no one is screaming that they are hungry yet, so I'm getting a quick little blog in.
We also put together a new home for Rhino. Aidan and Connor both made honor roll for the second nine weeks of school and they got to pick rewards. When I was little and made the honor roll (didn't happen that often =) ) my parents always got us a small treat as a reward. I was thinking that they would want a new video game or a new movie. Aidan wanted to get Rhino a new home that was roomier and had more fun things for her to do. So, here is Rhino's new crib. She loves it. She usually sleeps all day and is up all night, but since we put her in her new place, she's been running all over the place playing on her wheel and sliding on her slide.
Rhino's new home thanks to Aidan.
Back to the seeds. They are all planted in their little cups. Tim and I dragged our grow light set upstairs from the basement. I decided that it was too cold on the basement floor to germinate anything and I didn't really like the idea of getting heating pads to put under the trays so we just brought it upstairs. Our dining room is now devoted to our seeds growing for a couple of months. There is enough room under the lights to start two more trays if I decide to. I'm excited to see what comes up. One tray if veggies and one tray is flowers and then the little one is hot peppers for Tim. He has already told me that he's ordering his own seeds for his peppers. I think he's turning into a pepper snob.
lights set up on the dining room table.
So, I'll come back in a little bit to post what I planted and how many days it says it will take to germinate.