The seedlings are now big enough to transplant into 4″ pots.
Notice that the roots are growing out the bottom of the peat pellets. This is a clear sign that the seedlings are ready to be planted in pots.
As shown in the pictures, I place the peat pellet and plant all the way in the bottom of the pot and fill the pot with potting soil.
The pictures above are actually a couple of weeks old.
I planted the following seeds in peat pellets last weekend.
Each peat pellet has 3-4 seeds planted in them. In about a week, I will use some little scissors to clip off all but one plant in each pellet.
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