seedling overcrowded mess, need advice
I collected coleus seed and forget me not seed last year, and wasnt sure if they were viable. Well, they were. Now I have a rotisserie chicken pan full of coleus seedlings that look like a crowded clover patch. Im not sure what to do yet. Do I start to seperate them with tweezers and put them in six packs? They are about three weeks old with only one set of what i think are true leaves. Or do I wait? I want to save as many as posssible because I have almost an acre of semiwoodland front yard with several beds. Last year was my first year gardening and I fell in love. However it cost me about 3000.00 in trial and error and impulse buying at my local nursery. So I saved seed of what did beautifully. Same deal with the forgetme nots. Looks like big clover patch. What to do? I have more time than money, so I dont mind getting out the tweezers and painstakingly dividing. I just dont want to kill them. Any advice?