This is the list of the seeds that I received:
Grasses: (I think these will be used in the public area near the pool.)
Early Californian red onion seed tape
Pak choy seed tape
Pansy - mini
Little Gardeners Windowsill pots
Lemonade (lemon balm) - mine didn't make it through the wet season!
We are going away to Brisbane for the first week of March, and when we return it is going to be all about the garden. Traditionally April is when the weather starts to turn from the hot and humid days of the wet season to our more pleasant "winter". That is our growing season, and so the last few weeks of March will be soil building and preparation time. I have never done very well with starting off seeds in little pots and transplanting them, and so I really love the seed tape.
I am however going to try a different thing this time - I am going to grow tomatoes in polystyrene boxes. I tried potting mix last year and had mixed results - I think I might make my own mix with crusher dust (full of minerals) cocopeat and compost, and five in one mix which is a mix of manures and composts. Will my own homemade compost have the bacterial wilt in it if it comes from my soil?
On another note for Australian readers, there is a marvellous give away at mindfullygreen - have a look!