Yes, just so you lift the drainage tray up a little so the extra water can accumulate under it and not ruin anything its sitting on.
I have some lids from honey containers. Could I use those?
I missed this question before.* Sorry.* :?*
No, what you have is fine.
Should I return the seeds/seed tray? And get possibly better branded ones?
The roses are tall, so you might have trouble.* I would suggest you try it and see if it works for you.* If the sun is higher in the sky in the summer it might be ok.* Remember that leafy greens don't need as much sun, so if you find that it's not 6 hours of sun or more, maybe plant lettuce there.
So probaly only the side yard might work good? My concern is the fence as the plot is right next to it and blocks the sun, but then other roses have grown fine there...
Since it's moss you probably won't be able to grow much of anything there.* Moss grows where it's happy, and it's happy where the soil is damp and shady.*
You have mentioned to plant the peppers in the back corner? The green stuff on the ground is moss. The area to the right of it is a bunch of flowers my dad had planted a couple years ago. I had thought it would be a good place, then asked my dad, my dad said no we can't dig it up. BUT if I can acheive a good harvest my dad might like it and can find space for more plot.
Don't ask your dad to remove his plants until you've grown a garden for a couple of years and have a better understanding of growing veggies.
It looks a bit hilly, but that might work if it gets enough sun and isn't shaded by the tree.
Here is another place that I could use
The last picture looks like it has potential, but I am concerned about how much sun there will be once the trees have leaves.
These are the areas where the sun shines like 8hours+ on a summer day
When weeding, the best way to make sure you are removing a weed and not a valuable plant is to pull on it. If it comes out of the ground easily, it is a valuable plant.