I _could_ be all wet on this, but I don't think that "hills" are
_necessarily_ actual, literal hills.
However, if indeed they are, it might have something to do with
keeping the seedlings feet dry, or warmer, or a combination of same.
If you have some way to put a cloche over your seeds they'd probably
be happy on the flats too.
You're right, Gonzo. Hills doesn't refer to little mounds of dirt. But
planting in little clusters or groups of 4 or 5 usually in a small
These groups may or may not be on mounds, depending on whether
the plants prefer a little better drainage or not.
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