Newbie: Holes, holes, holes!
First time wintersowing. Been studying everyone's containers carefully, have a couple questions:
I've got several cheapo 9x13 aluminum cake pans with clear lids. My plan is to sow creeping thyme, aubrieta rock cress, wintergreen, Irish moss, forget-me-nots in these. So I cut drainage holes in the bottom of the pans, seems straightforward.
But the lid ventilation, I'm not so sure about. Here's a photo of a lid. I outlined each hole in marker so it's easier to see. Are these big enough?
Also, in general for a container this shape is it better to have more, smaller holes?
Thanks much for help!