The great majority of the cups were planted with 5 seeds, sometimes if I only had a few seeds per cross then 1-4 seeds. Then there were times when I had an over abundance of seeds and I planted up to 10 per cup.
I am so easily swayed! I read your post and could not stand it, had to go out and mix some compost with fertilizer and add to one of my beds of seedlings. It was lagging a little behind the bed next to it. I know the best bed of seedlings I have the seeds had been kept in the refrigerator for several weeks and that might also be the bed I did add some fertilizer to the compost, this is what that bed is looking like now. Sorry for the blur I did not notice that on the lens till a few photos later. I was afraid if the fertilizer was just added to the cups it would just wash out the next time the cups were watered so I mixed in the compost and fertilizer and filled the cup to the top, I think that will stay in place better with a gentle watering.
These are the daylilies I dug up and raised that were too deep down in the bog.
I have a row of Sattelmeier seedlings down at the back fence in the bog that are being taken over by poison ivy and bamboo plus other weeds. I plan to dig them up as soon as possible and clean them off good, then work that area to get rid of all the problem weeds then replant them. I have this area of the vegetable garden free to use temporarily.
I am thinking that writing all this out will help me decide in my brain what it is I want to do and actually get it done.
A long view of the new seedling bed.
Part of my new seedling bed area, a close up view.