Tomatoes may be sown now in February or in March. It takes some time to grow well developed plants ready to be transplanted outside when the frosts pass and temperature rises over 20°C.
Usually, first seedlings appear after two weeks, but it might be sooner because I placed the trays on warm radiator.
I prepared trays with toilet paper rolls that will serve as pots. I also used plastic yoghurt and cheese containers to cut out labels. I filled up the rolls with compost, placed two seeds in each, covered with some compost, and watered well. Each tray is covered with plastic to keep the moist growing conditions.
Sowing seeds into paper rolls is very handy because the seedlings don't have to be pulled out when transplanting.
I will simply transplant them together with the paper pot and avoid disturbing the sensitive roots. The paper pots will eventually decompose in the ground.
Caesalpinia seedlings are growing rather well. They already have developed the first true leaves and I transplanted them into individual pots. I have eleven plants all together.