Since I didn't rig up a humidity tent for the seedlings in the paper tubes, the moisture levels fluctuated too radically for them. Some seeds rotted, though they were seed that are many years old. Some plants had too much water (red or yellow leaves). Others with extremely shallow planting depths didn't get enough water
All the ones that are sprouted, I've not moving into larger pots. Some are stunted and some are right on track
Left to Right
1: Salad greens (old old onion seeds didn't sprout).
2: Italian pear tomato plants.
3: Roots peaking out from the bottom of the tube.
4: Transplanting a bird house gourd plant
1: Young Coprinellus disseminatus growing from the outside of the paper tube (too much water).
2-4: Goji plants! (started from seeds out of a store bought dehydrated berry).
1: Nasturtium (They've grown 2 inches since this morning's pic.)
2: Cauliflower (Violetta Italia)
3-4: Cabbage (Red Express) I added 2 more lights to this shelf since they were leaning and leggy already (these short fluorescent bulbs are brighter towards the center).
1: Bird house gourd
2: Potato plants grown from true seeds saved off my farm (Purple Majesty).
3: Mature Coprinellus disseminatus growing from the outside of the paper tube (too much water).
4: Group shot of one of the replanted shelves.
Frankly, I didn't think the true potato seeds or the goji seeds would even sprout. I lost all the pepper seeds due to rot and the fact they were really too many years too old. Lost a few others for the same reason. tfw the luffa sponge seeds did nothing. I'm going to need to make sure those sprout soon. I'm getting low on luffa seeds and their growing season is out of my range here.>>973180
You can grow pretty much anything you want. Just google the plant type and when to plant it in regard to temps and frost dates if you ever have frost. Your growing season is much longer than my Zone 5b and I can grow most anything in a normal veggies garden.