And remember those old tools I bought a long while back at a yard sale for a dollar each. The hand drill works really good for putting holes in plastic.
I added perlite to it and slow release fertilizer.
Here is my bag of seed potatoes. As you can see they are Red Pontiac.
I have had them a couple of weeks and they were growing pretty good in that bag.
I planted some in nice and deep but there were several more left so I went and got the largest pot I could find (I think it is a 5 gallon one) and repeated the process.
I will add more dirt as they grow and there are still some left so I might just go raid the greenhouse again for more pots.
I also planted lettuce in these little containers. Both are leaf varieties: Grand Rapids and Prizehead (funny name for a lettuce that doesn't really form a "head").
My only other planting was a cherry tomato plant that I bought yesterday. It's pot is only around a one gallon so might not be big enough but I am hoping it will cascade down from my top shelf and produce some tomatoes anyway.
That's all I got planted for today. It was so warm out I was really sweating doing this and the greenhouse was very hot inside even with the door open.