Look who's here! It seems the new gardening season is starting for me. ![v7wjdgcova.jpg](https://img.esteem.ws/v7wjdgcova.jpg) Just over a week ago, I wrapped the seeds of sweet (Bulgarian) pepper in a wet cloth, put it all in a jar and left it on the radiator for germination. >Some gardeners take only 2-3 seeds of all kinds for this and call it a germination test. I make such a "test" for all my pepper seeds with next planting the germinated ones into containers. It's absolutely working method. Last year I described it in detail in one of my posts: https://steemit.com/homesteading/@erikaflynn/seeding-and-planting-sweet-bulgarian-peppers-at-home-my-experience-en-ru https://steemitimages.com/640x0/https://res.cloudinary.com/hpiynhbhq/image/upload/v1520866815/e26kj3pcvd8bkzdjj8zh.jpg Yesterday I checked my hidden jar, and look what I saw there ![1r5iabrg8u.jpg](https://img.esteem.ws/1r5iabrg8u.jpg) Among about 10 varieties of sweet peppers, both purchased and our own harvested seeds, the latter showed themselves best. ![c40r5v9l9m.jpg](https://img.esteem.ws/c40r5v9l9m.jpg) They have excellent roots and a nice green sprouts, while the purchased ones just started to make their way out. And that made me think about their quality. But anyway, I'm going to give them a chance too. Will see how it goes further.