Kevin Lee Jacobs does this (https://www.agardenforthehouse.com/2012/11/winter-sowing-101-6/)
So I decided to try it.
First I bought a new mister...
Next I got took an empty distilled water jug and put drain holes in the bottom and some on each side and a few on top.
Then I cut the jug open leaving about 2 inches at handle to keep the two pieces connected.
Then I added 2-3 inches of potting soil and misted it so it was damp all the way through. Then I went and did something else to give the soil a chance to absorb the water before I planted the seeds. That's just the old me that doesn't want to plant is wet soil.
I figure in March I will start checking for "green"
What I planted
cilantro(which got knocked over into the sink so we'll see how it turns out)
kookaburra savoyed spinach
red Russian kale
diablo Brussels sprouts
redarling Brussels sprouts
Philadelphia white box radishes
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