Santolina Tomentosa (in plastic baggie chilling in the fridge)
Henna herb (also chilling out in a baggie in the fridge)
Lettuce Leaf Basil
Flat Leaf Parsley
Lunaria ("Money Plant, "Honesty"- obviously not a culinary herb)
Job's Tears (the seeds are apparently edible but i want more for beading)
Skirret (which is a sort of perennial carrot/parsnip-like creature with tubers that are edible)
So this is today's effort
I've been making plant markers out of the plastic covers of used spiral-bound notebooks that were destined for the trash. They take labeling with a silver Sharpie (seems more reliable a pigment than black or any other color of Sharpie) perfectly and are stiff enough to stay in the dirt but soft enough to bend if i use a clear plastic cover on the flat. The plastic will still end up in the garbage some day but it has been a useful way to prolong it.
This group somehow ended up getting leggy. I think the room might be too warm at times.
I don't think i ever posted a picture of that shelf i made last year out of PVC. I had meant to, so this is what it looks like.
If i don't do it this year, i'll do it next- add one more level and possibly use 3 fixtures per level.
Speaking of level, this coming paycheck i will buy something that will fix the uneven hardware cloth situation. Tilted flats don't distribute water evenly.