I wanted to plant
my white onions seeds
inside to start them and later on transplant them into my garden. I got a long, short, clear tote with a lid and a bag of potting soil, putting a 3 inch layer across the bottom. Then I watered that well and places another thin layer of dry soil across that. Very carefully I shook the seeds
onto the soil, trying to get them as diversified as possible across the tote. I then sprayed the seeds
with a little water and shook a thin layer of soil on top of them. Then I put the lid on but didnt snap it down in hopes of a getting a little green house
effect going on.
That was a couple of weeks ago and now I have cute little shoots coming out of the soil. I think I did pretty good, but I am now been told that they wont be able to be planted outside because if I do they will die. I was kinda hoping to do the same to my winter onions. Did I really mess them up or will they survive?
I know I might have gone a little over board in the preping stage but it worked.