Starting seeds indoors gives you control of your garden up until harvest and gives you a jump on the season. Mind these Do’s and Don’ts for strong vegetable seedlings ready for transplanting as soon as the ground warms in spring.
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Put a sunny window in your home to good use by starting lettuce, spinach, hardy herbs, cold-tolerant cabbage and kale seedlings indoors. The little plants will be happy on bright days, but will need your help during periods of cold, cloudy weather.
Grow your own food with seed starters.
Watch a sliver of a seed sprout into a full head of lettuce when you plant a cool-season salad garden.
Starting your own seeds is inexpensive and rewarding. While it’s still cold outside, gather your supplies and get started.
When starting seedlings, bright supplemental light helps young plants thrive, achieve steady growth, and makes it possible to grow unusual varieties from seed.
Plan your veggie garden now and sow seeds indoors for an early start on the season.
Growing sprouts or microgreens from leftover seeds is super easy. Try these tips for eating super healthy.
Start your garden early by planting seeds indoors.
Spring fever no more! Sow seeds of lettuce and other salad greens indoors now.
Growing indoors with proper lighting is the answer to producing your own fresh homegrown food. Building your own system is fairly inexpensive and provides a great start to all kinds of plants.
A little feeding and overseeding now makes for lush, green grass in spring. Follow these steps for a healthy lawn.