Seed starting is in full swing at my house. Seedlings of broccoli, cauliflower, kohlrabi, lettuce, peppers, Swiss chard and several different kinds of perennials are all growing. Tomato seeds will be planted this weekend, along with annuals – lots of annuals. If you haven’t started any seeds yet, there is still plenty of time. Go… Continue reading Seed Starting Tips
It won’t be long before seed starting begins at my house. Besides the joy of watching seedlings emerge and grow into full-size plants, starting plants from seeds gives me the chance to fill my gardens with more plants. Let’s face it…if you want a LOT of flowers and vegetables, it can get very expensive purchasing… Continue reading Getting Ready for Seed Starting
Seed starting time is just around the corner. Gardeners prepare by gathering seed starting supplies: Containers – some purchased; some recycled (egg cartons, take out containers, etc.) Water-holding trays to put under containers Seed starting potting mix Shelves set up with lights on adjustable chains Seeds, of course! Before we plant seeds of our favorite… Continue reading Planting Seeds vs. Transplants – Which is better?