Slow down on the watering or they'll rot.
Once every two days.
Don't give up yet. You probably rotted the first seeds by overwatering. Seeds are cheap, replant. Being shaded wouldn't stop the seeds from germinating. There might well be enough sun for a crop of somethingWell Chuck you were right, I do believe I have to much shade over the garden. My corn and bush beans are thriving but everything else seems to be really declining. I have only a few good carrot sprouts and the rest of the vegetables are non existent as far as I can tell. I was afraid this might happen but the oak tree that is laying over the garden is huge and to high to trim back. I guess I'll just wait and see what actually comes up this July and start over again afterwards. I am afraid I have just waisted a bunch of good seeds. I hues the really is a learning experience, garden 1 and Jamie 0.
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