I started black-eyed Susan seeds ten days ago: (I just sprinkled tiny seeds over grid-type container filled with "soil for flowers" from the supermarket)
You can see multiple new plants in almost all cells. The cells are 5cm x 5 cm (2 inches x 2 inches).
- choose the strongest in a cell, and remove the rest? but when?
- try to transplant surplus seedlings in a separate container?
- leave everything as is?
I am inexperienced in doing this.
The desired end result should look like this, if possible:
(photo credit: Gardening with Charlie Nardozzi)
Update - day 15
Almost all cells have seedlings. The growth is somewhat slow.
Perhaps I didn't press the soil enough, and the seedling don't like that? I am a little worried about relatively slow growth in the last 5 days.
Update - day 25
First true leaves appeared: (the hairy ones)