started. The sweet basil is doing well (you can see it on the right side of the closer flat). There are only 2 visible pepper seedlings, but I anticipate that more will soon follow.
Once the basil sprouted, I removed the plastic "greenhouse" to ensure that there is enough airflow around the seedlings. I learned this lesson the hard way last year.
This morning, I planted the tomato seeds (in the rear flat). It is mostly a repeat of last summer's crop, with the addition of Roma. To be complete, here is the list:
Red Cherry Large