Like I said few days ago my pot soil arrived.
Last years results with seedlings were great, sure the heat and bugs did some damage on them when I replanted them to the garden but while they were growing in pots they were strong and healthy. So that's why we decided to get Klasmann pot soil again.
Another reason for purchasing this soil is because it's the only soil for vegetables that we can find in our country. There are some no-name soils for flowers but their quality is so bad that we had to add manure to produce seedlings. Even with manure seedlings were small and needed a lot of time to recuperate from replanting.
Gardeners that produce vegetables for markets have a few brands of soil but I can't get them because I really don't need tons of soil and they don't have packages for domestic use.
I've got most of my vegetable seeds. I'm still waiting for few new varieties of tomatoes, beets and flowers but this is because this varieties can't be bought is stores so I'm buying them from professional farmers. They sell small packages of seeds online. All my varieties of tomatoes came from them. I buy 10 or 15 seeds of tomatoes (they are usually around 1€) and then collect seeds from fruits for next year.
From the seeds I could find in stores I've got Dill
Cabbage Glora di Enkhuizen
Peas American Wonder( I still need to buy Progress peas)
Bush beans- Berggold
Merville de piemonte (Piedmonte wonder)
Peppers - tomato pepper Botinečka žuta ( Botinec yellow)
- bell pepper Soroksari
Cucumbers - Levina F1 - pickling cucumbers
Flakee 2 carrot
and Bardowicker parsley
(you can see what happens when you take photos of seeds instead of a walk with Nero)
I think I'll start sowing my peppers on Monday. Peppers need more days to give fruits(110days) so I'll plant them earlier that the rest of my vegetables.