First year winter sowing and have a planting question
Hi, I mostly lurk in these forums but now I have a question that I cant seem to find an answer.
I sowed about 30 containers and have had great success. I even impressed my husband!
Now, I am wondering when to start planting these in their permanent home. A few are 3 or 4 inches high, some just have their first set of leaves. Do I transplant to a pot first? I know some plants don't transplant well, such as poppies, and will get them in the ground soon. But not sure about others. We have some cold nights predicted over the next few nights and would wait until after that to plant in the ground. The seedlings are in 4 inches of dirt in milk jugs, I have opened up the jugs and they all have good drain holes. None of them look stressed yet. They were all planted in Miracle grow potting soil.
My list includes:
No sprouts yet on the clematis, gay feather, columbine, white coneflower, butterfly weed, salvia.
Any help would be appreciated!