We were out working outside again and it seemed warm enough to plant the seeds in a seed planter so that they could be transplanted in abut six weeks or so.
Mark went out and started working on things after lunch.
I took the planter out and had to soak the individual “cubes” first. They were hard as a rock so I wasn't sure what it would end up looking like.
Some swelled up and some didn't so it took quite a while to get them to where it felt like dirt in each one.
Mark brought me a flower from one of the many of these wild flower plants that are out on our property.
Once I got them all planted I put the top on it to get it started.
This is what it looked like when I got finished.
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