When I planted seeds I created a chart with estimated dates so I wouldn't accidentally scrap something that still needed a little more time. Quinoa, amaranth, both kinds of corn, blue lake beans, bunny tails and thyme all sprouted. Goat horn peppers, ground cherries and cumin did not.
Three of the beans haven't sent shoots up through the soil yet. The seeds are large and easy to find, allowing me to confirm that they have sprouted. Those that came up were a little later than estimated, possibly due to our sporadic weather this spring.
That same weather, while we did have warm days may not have gotten hot enough to trigger the ground cherries. They'll get a set of cloches to see if we can give them a boost.
There are 2 failures, marked in red. Those cumin seeds are at least three years old and may no longer be viable. Time to do a "rag doll" test to see if there's any chance of germination. One of the goat horn pots fell apart* as I removed one of the corn, which means we may get a volunteer out in the bed. Since this pepper needs a long germination time the other two are marked in yellow.
* Tip: When making paper pots newspaper works better than clay coated magazine paper. After a couple weeks of moist heat the coated paper sticks to the adjacent pot.