Arrival of Spring – April 19

Growing

This is part of my set-up for starting seedlings – tomatoes, eggplant, parsley, basil, etc. I’ve been using a method, learned about 30 years ago from Louise Rousseau, using styrofoam cups with a particular pattern of slits cut into them. The cups get reused for years and years. It’s a thrill to see the seeds sprout and grow and to touch the tomato leaves and inhale their distinct aroma.

3 thoughts on “Arrival of Spring – April 19

  1. I can see how the sketches are also an education in life experience.

    On Mon., Apr. 20, 2020, 10:11 a.m. Everyday Sketches, wrote:

    > Alison R. Hall posted: ” Growing This is part of my set-up for starting > seedlings – tomatoes, eggplant, parsley, basil, etc. I’ve been using a > method, learned about 30 years ago from Louise Rousseau, using styrofoam > cups with a particular pattern of slits cut into them. The c” >

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