Picking out this summer's seeds.
Some are from the store, some are from the seed library at the Ecology Center, some (the tomatoes) I saved from last summer's garden and farmer's market haul.
Planted in reused 6-packs, placed by the sunniest window (which as you can see, isn't very sunny. It was a cold and rainy week).
The bottoms are reused sushi takeout trays (I eat a lot of Berkeley Bowl $4 avocado sushi). The identifying sticks are coffee stirrers.
As the weather got warmer and sunnier, the seedlings got carted outside for some sun and fresh air. Check out that cart! It's a Salton Hotray!
The Salton Hotray cart is a mid-century food-warming hosting cart. See the plug, and temperature control? Your options are: off, hi, norm, and low. I don't have the power cable, so I don't know if it actually works. But I'll bet a tomatillo seedling that it does.
And the seedlings are getting bigger!