Anyway, it struck me that I could try putting one of the eggplant seedlings into the ground. They are probably a little small yet, but I can't really see any problems.
So I am really really happy with the propagation pots. They have held together so well, and kept the seedlings safe and sound. The watering system is going great, I just water the bottom of the tub and the pots suck up the moisture, like a miniature wicking system. I think I might experiment with a layer of gravel at the bottom of the tub next time, just so the pots aren't sitting right in the water.
So I just dug a hole and popped him in. Easiest planting I've ever done. I put some compost and manure around the pot, and you can see the mulch. What I really love about these pots is that it's pretty clear where the seedling is, and I'm not likely to think it's a weed and pull it up.
So that's it, What to Plant in September is in the ground!