I’ve always been a slurp-the-water-out-of-your-hand-to-rinse-your-teeth kind of gal. Dan came home with some little paper cups for the bathroom a while ago, and recently, upon observing one sitting by the sink in a little puddle of water getting soggy, I realized they are made with un-coated paper.
I wondered, will these work for seed starting? I’d love to find a replacement for making paper pots, which is my favorite seed starting method, but are just a bit time-consuming for the amount of seed starting I normally do at Henbogle. I am giving them a try in hopes I can plant the whole thing right in the soil, no need to remove the seedling from the paper cup. I hope it works, as it would be an easy and low-cost solution.
Here’s my trial of lettuce and pac choi, along with my tomato starts and my peppers, out catching some rays.