by balconydresser


We’ve had a streak of rainy and cold days lately, which I know were great for the outdoor plants, but got me to turn to my indoor window sills again. In one of the pots where I keep kitchen herbs all year long, I put some seedsticks (with cress and basil seeds) that I had lying around for some time, wondering how they would develop. It turned out that they were doing really well despite being clustered so densely. Probably, this is not the right method for any plant species, but for those for which it does work, it is a quick and clean way to easily fill one’s pots with green leaves.