Information About Seeds

Growing gardens normally begin with garden seeds. For this reason, it helps to know more about the different types of seeds, how to start your garden seeds, and caring for seedlings once they’ve germinated. Using the following seed starting info, you can find tips on starting seeds indoors and out, mediums for starting seeds, tips for improving germination and so much more. Before you dive into your gardening projects, check out this informative section to find exactly what you need.

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Seeds For Growing Sprouts – What Seeds Make Good Sprouts For Salads

By Laura Miller

Did you know that you can use many different kinds of seeds for growing sprouts? Read on to learn about growing seeds for salad sprouts.

Best Place To Start Seeds Indoors – Warm And Sunny Spots To Start Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

The best way to start seeds depends upon a lot of factors: temperature, time of year, humidity levels, light, plant medium, variety. Read on to learn the best places to start seeds.

Why You Should Start Seeds Indoors: Benefits Of Seed Starting Indoors

By Mary Ellen Ellis

If you typically wait to grow transplants from the garden center or to sow outside, consider the benefits of growing seeds indoors this year.

How To Start Flower Seeds Indoors – Easy Flower Seeds To Grow Indoors

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Starting flowers from seed is an easy way to add color to the home landscape. Learning how to start flower seeds indoors can give a grower an important jump start on the new growing season.

Pelleted Seeds: What Are Pelleted Seeds And How To Use Them

By Teo Spengler

Have you ever had issues growing things with teeny, tiny seeds? Meet the solution: pellet seeds. What are pellet seeds? Click here to find out.

Benefits Of Direct Seeding: Why And When You Should Direct Sow Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

To direct sow seeds means planting directly into the garden bed where the plant will remain. Read on to learn more about direct sowing.

DIY Soil Blocker: How To Make Soil Blocks For Seed Starting

By Mary Ellen Ellis

A soil blocking tool is a perfect way to efficiently grow healthier seedings with less plastic waste. Click here for DIY soil block ideas.

Garden Planting Calendar: Figure Out When To Start Seeds Indoors

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Starting seed at the right time allows plants mature before the end of the season. Click to learn how to plan out your spring planting.

Seeds From The Past – Ancient Seeds Found And Grown

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Many seeds from the past are tens of thousands of years old. The ancient heirloom seeds are a crucial key to ancestral life and the evolution of the planet's flora. Click to learn more.

Where To Get Heirloom Seeds – Heirloom Seed Sources

By Amy Grant

Ideally you know a friend or family member that can pass along their prized heirloom tomato seeds, but not everyone gets that lucky. Keep reading to learn how to find heirloom seeds sources.

Seed Viability Test – Are My Seeds Still Good

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

If you’ve established a large collection of seed packets over time you’ve maybe wondered if your seeds are still good?

Covid Safe Seed Swap Ideas – How To Have A Safe Seed Swap

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Like most activities this pandemic year, planning is key to ensure everyone is socially distanced and stays healthy. Click here for tips on how to have a safe seed swap.

Easy To Grow Flower Seeds: The Best Starter Flower Seeds For New Gardeners

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Selecting beginner flower seeds is key in learning more about growing your own garden, as well as creating a beautiful outdoor space.

Beginner Vegetable Seeds – What Vegetable Seeds Are Easy To Grow

By Laura Miller

Your first vegetable garden should be fun, easy and prolific. This article will help get your first garden off to a great start.

Where To Get Seeds – Learn About Seed Buying And Harvesting

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Exploring where to get seeds and seed buying is an easy way to ensure that as a grower, you’re ready when warmer weather finally arrives.

Seed Gift Ideas: Giving Seeds To Gardeners

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

The notion of giving seeds to gardeners may seem simple, but there are a few important aspects to keep in mind. Click here for more info.

Reusing Seed Envelopes – What To Do With Old Seed Packets

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Growing plants from seeds is rewarding, but what do you do with leftover seed packets? Save them, reuse them, or craft with them here.

Seed Starting Mistakes – Reasons Seeds Fail To Germinate

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Starting crops from seed is a common, economical way to get plants for your garden. Use the tips listed here to avoid seed starting mistakes.

Starting Seeds In Newspaper: Making Recycled Newspaper Pots

By Amy Grant

Seed starter pots from newspaper are simple to make and an environmentally friendly use of the material. Click here to learn how to make them.

Seed Packet Codes – What Do The Codes On Seed Packets Mean

By Laura Miller

Seed package abbreviations are an integral part of successful gardening, but what do these codes on seed packets mean? Learn more here.

Planting Seeds In Fall: When To Sow Seeds In Autumn

By Susan Albert, Freelance Garden Writer

By selecting plants for your region and planting at the right time in fall, you can get blooms or veggies earlier. Learn more here.

Fall Seed Harvest – Learn About Seed Harvesting In Autumn

By Susan Albert, Freelance Garden Writer

Harvesting seeds in fall is a great way to save money and share seeds with friends. Find tips for collecting fall seeds from plants here.

Autumn Flower Seeds: Flower Seeds For Fall Planting

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Flower seeds for fall planting is just one way to begin planning for spring and summer gardens next season. Click here to learn more.

Seeds That Sprout Fast: Beat Cabin Fever With Fast Growing Seeds

By Mary Ellen Ellis

A difficult period of being forced to stay home calls for spending as much time gardening as possible. Fast growing seeds are perfect. Learn more here.

Sprout Identification Guide: How To Tell Seedlings From Weeds

By Mary Ellen Ellis

How can you identify seedlings without mistaking them for weeds? Even for the most seasoned gardeners, this can sometimes be tricky. Learning to identify veggie seedlings is vital for your garden. Click here for some tips and tricks that can help.

Seed Starting In Coir: Using Coconut Coir Pellets For Germination

By Laura Miller

Starting your own plants from seed is a great way to save money when gardening. Yet, dragging bags of starting soil into the house is messy. If you enjoy raising your plants from seed but hate the hassle, you might want to try coir pellets. Click here for more info.

Seed Bomb Sowing Time – When To Sow Seed Balls In The Landscape

By Laura Miller

Were you disappointed in the germination results when you planted seed balls? Many gardeners are reporting low germination rates when using this method. The solution lies in choosing the correct planting time for seed balls. This article can help with that.

Wet Vs. Dry Stratification: Stratifying Seeds In Wet And Cold Conditions

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

One of the most frustrating things in the garden is a lack of germination. While some will germinate quite readily, others may need the use of seed stratifying methods to achieve optimal germination rates. This article will help explain the wet vs. dry stratification methods.

Seedling Heat Mats: How To Use A Heat Mat For Plants

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

What is a heat mat for plants, and exactly what does it do? The one basic function of a heat mat is to gently warm the soil, thus promoting faster germination and strong, healthy seedlings. For more information and to learn just how to use a heat mat to start seeds, click here.

Growing In Rockwool Cubes – Is Rockwool Safe For Plants

By Laura Miller

If you're looking for a soilless substrate for seed starting, stem rooting or hydroponics, consider using rockwool growing medium. A wool-like material, rockwool for plants is easy to use and available in cubes and blocks. Learn about rockwool in this article.

Number Of Seeds Per Hole: How Many Seeds Should I Plant In A Pot

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

The age-old question from beginning gardeners is often how many seeds should I plant per hole or per container. There is no standard answer. Several factors figure into seed planting numbers. Click this article for more information.

Community Seed Swap Ideas: Learn How To Plan A Seed Swap

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Hosting a seed swap provides an opportunity to share seeds from heirloom plants or tried and true favorites with other gardeners in your community. You may even save a little money. How to organize a seed swap? Click this article for seed swap ideas.

Seed Storage Containers – Learn About Storing Seeds In Containers

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Storing seeds in containers allows you to keep them safely organized until they are ready to be planted in spring. What makes good seed storage containers? Chances are you probably have several of these already lying around the house somewhere. Click here to learn more.

Seed Organization Tips: Space Saving Ways To Organize Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Smart seed storage keeps seed at optimum temperatures and allows you to easily find the variety you need in seconds. Here's where seed organization tips can keep your seed stock well taken care of and in useful array. Click this article for more information.

DIY Egg Carton Seed Tray: How To Germinate Seeds In Egg Cartons

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Seed starting can take a lot of time and resources. But if you look around your house, you may just find some materials you won’t need to buy to get your plants started – like egg cartons. Learn more about using egg cartons for seed starting in this article.

Milk Jug Winter Sowing: How To Start Seeds In A Milk Jug

By Amy Grant

A terrific method for starting seeds that can be started earlier is milk jug winter sowing, which is basically sowing seeds in a milk jug that becomes a mini greenhouse. Want to learn more about milk jug seed pots? Click the following article for additional info.

Seed Germination Requirements: Factors That Determine Seed Germination

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Germination is essential for what we do as gardeners. Whether starting plants from seeds or using transplants, germination has to happen for gardens to exist. By learning more about the process and what seeds need, you can get better results in the garden. Learn more here.

How To Save Seedlings – Troubleshooting Common Seedling Issues

By Teo Spengler

One of the biggest thrills of gardening is watching the seeds you plant turn into little seedlings a week or so later. But seedling issues can cause those new, little shoots to die. Why did my seedling die, you ask? Find out in this article.

Attractive Seed Pod Plants: Growing Plants That Have Pretty Seeds

By Amy Grant

In the garden we plant colorful flowers and plants with different heights, colors and textures, but how about plants that have pretty seeds? This can be just as important. Click the following article to learn about plants with interesting seed pods.

Elaiosome Information – Why Do Seeds Have Elaiosomes

By Mary Ellen Ellis

One important role is given to a seed structure known as the elaiosome. This fleshy appendage to a seed is related to and is crucial for improving the odds of germination and successful development into a mature plant. Learn more about this here.

Atomic Gardening History: Learn About Irradiating Seeds

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

The concept of atomic gardening may sound as if it belongs in a science fiction novel, but gamma ray gardening is a real part of history. With radiation, and plants produced using it, we have improved varieties of fruits and vegetables available today. Learn more here.

Hot Water Seed Treatment: Should I Treat My Seeds With Hot Water

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Many forms of blight, leaf spot, and mildew occur through the planting of contaminated seed. In recent years, many growers have turned to the process of hot water seed treatment as a means of prevention for these crop diseases. Learn more about this here.

DIY Seed Tape – Can You Make Your Own Seed Tape

By Teo Spengler

While it’s easy to get the hefty seeds spaced appropriately in the garden, smaller seeds don’t sow as easily. That’s where seed tape comes in handy, and the great news is that you can make your own seed tape. For a seed-tape how to, click this article.

Open Pollination Information: What Are Open Pollinated Plants

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

While many hybrid cultivars offer growers vegetable varieties that perform well under a wide range of conditions, many may prefer open-pollinated varieties. What does open pollinated mean when it comes to selecting seeds for the home garden? Learn more here.

Growing Seeds In Plastic Bags: Learn About Starting Seeds In A Bag

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

We all want a jump start on the growing season and there are few better ways than germinating seeds in a bag. Seeds in plastic bags are in a mini greenhouse which keeps them moist and warm to speed sprouting. Learn more about this planting method here.

Using Sponges For Seed Growing – How To Plant Seeds In A Sponge

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Starting seeds in sponges is a neat trick that is not difficult to do. Small seeds that germinate and sprout quickly work best for this technique, and once they’re ready, you can transplant them to pots or garden beds. Click this article to learn more.

What Is Seed Tape: Information On Planting With Seed Tape

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

The task of planting small seeds may feel daunting to some. Luckily, the use of gardening seed tape can help gardeners sow seeds easily and precisely within vegetable planting beds. How does seed tape work? Click on the following article to learn more.

Will Expired Seeds Still Grow: Planting With Expired Seed Packets

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Growers with limited space may find themselves left with unused garden seeds, stored away for safekeeping, and slowly accumulating into “seed stash.” So are old seeds still good for planting or is it better to acquire more? Click this article to find out.

What Is Vivipary – Reasons For Seeds Germinating Prematurely

By Liz Baessler

Vivipary is the phenomenon that involves seeds germinating prematurely while they are still inside or attached to the parent plant or fruit. It occurs more often than you might think. Learn more here, including what to do if you see seeds germinating in the plant.

What Is Agar: Using Agar As A Growing Medium For Plants

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Botanists often use agar to produce plants in sterile conditions. What is agar? It is created out of plants and acts as a perfect stabilizing or gelling agent. Learn more about this growing medium and using agar for plant growth in this article.

How To Sow Seeds Thinly: Learn About Sowing Thinly In The Garden

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Occasionally seed packets include "sow thinly." What does sow thinly mean? This term is used for very tiny seeds, each of which has the potential to become a little plant. It helps prevent wasted seed and overcrowding amongst the seedlings. Learn more in this article.

What Is A Seed – A Guide To The Seed Life Cycle And Its Purpose

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

What is a seed? It is technically described as a ripened ovule, but it is so much more than that. Seeds house an embryo, the new plant, nourish and protect it. All types of seeds fulfill this purpose, but what do seeds do for us outside of growing new plants? Find out here.

What Is A Seed Head: Identifying Flower Seed Heads

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Many times people will hesitate to ask a question like: "What is a seed head?" because they are afraid it will make them look stupid. Truth is, there are no stupid questions. In this article, we will cover how to recognize a seed head on plants.

What Are Plantable Containers: Gardening With Biodegradable Plant Containers

By Gardening Know How

If you are looking for sustainable gardening practices, you may want to consider using plantable pots for gardening. These containers will allow you to reduce the use of plastic and/or clay materials in your garden. Learn more about them in this article.

Nicking Plant Seeds: Why Should You Nick Seed Coats Before Planting

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer

You may have heard that nicking plant seeds before attempting to germinate them is a good idea. In fact, some seeds require this, so it?s important to know how to nick flower seeds as well as other plant seeds before starting your garden. Learn more in this article.

Does Freezing Kill Seeds? – Information On Using Seeds That Are Frozen

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

While your garage, garden shed or basement may stay cool, they can also be humid and damp during certain times of the year. You may wonder how cool is too cool, and does freezing kill seeds. Click this article to learn more about storing seeds in the freezer.

What Is A Survival Seed Vault – Information On Survival Seed Storage

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

For gardeners, survival seed storage is not only a future food source in cases of dire need but also a good way to continue a favorite heirloom plant. This article includes information and tips on how to create a survival seed vault.

How To Start Seeds In Ice Cream Cones – Tips For Planting In An Ice Cream Cone

By Amy Grant

There are numerous ways to start your own seeds - some of them more economical than others. A super cool idea that is running amok on the internet is using ice cream cone plant pots. Intrigued? Find out how to start seeds in ice cream cones here.

Can I Plant Seeds That Got Wet: How To Save Wet Seeds

By Amy Grant

Perhaps, you may have ended up with wet seed packets. If this happened, I am sure you have a number of questions. Can I plant seeds that got wet? What do I do when the seed packets get wet? How to save wet seeds, if possible. Learn more here.

What Is A Cotyledon: When Do Cotyledons Fall Off

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Cotyledons may be one of the first visible signs a plant has germinated. What is a cotyledon? It is the embryonic part of a seed which stores fuel for further growth. Learn more about cotyledons in this article. Click here for more info.

Yellow Seedling Leaves – Why Are My Seedlings Turning Yellow

By Liz Baessler

Have you started seedlings indoors that began healthy and green, but all of a sudden turned yellow when you weren't looking? It's a common occurrence, and it may or may not be a problem. Read this article to learn more about yellowing seedlings.

Seed Lending Library: How To Start A Seed Library

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

What is a seed lending library? It loans seeds to gardeners. Exactly how does a seed lending library work? A seed library works much like a traditional library - but not quite. Read this article for more specific seed library information.

Fungus Control When Seed Starting: Tips On Controlling Fungus In Seed Trays

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Depending on the type of fungal disease, seedlings may take on a twisted or water-soaked appearance, sometimes with fuzzy mold on the surface of the soil. Click here to learn about fungus in seed trays and tips for fungus control when seed starting.

Plants And Light: Do Seedling Plants Need Darkness To Grow

By Liz Baessler

Do seedling plants need darkness to grow or is light preferable? Plants and light have a very close relationship, and sometimes a plant's growth, and even germination, can only be triggered by extra light. Click here to learn more.

Planting Seeds Outside – Tips On When And How To Direct Sow Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Planting by seed is a rewarding way to start plants and satisfy that green thumb urge. It is important to know how to direct sow seeds, and if and when to sow seeds outdoors. The information in this article will help with that.

Seedlings In Citrus Peels: How To Use Citrus Rinds As A Starter Pot

By Amy Grant

If you find yourself with a plethora of citrus rinds, you may be wondering if there are any beneficial or ingenious ways to use citrus rinds. The amazing aromatic power of citrus aside, did you know you can grow seedlings in citrus peels? Click here to learn more.

Seedling Care Tips: Caring For Seedlings After Germination

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Care for seedlings once sprouted amounts to more than just giving them water. Healthy, robust plants produce faster with higher yields, which is a winning situation for the gardener. A few tips on how to take care of seedlings can be found here.

What Is Reseeding: How To Manage Self-Seeders In Gardens

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

One of the best bangs for your gardening buck is a reseeding plant. The term refers to plants that set viable seed and grow anew the next season. But how do you manage these plants? Click here to learn more.

Algae On Seed Soil Surface: How To Get Rid Of Algae On Seeding Soil

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Starting your plants from seed allows you to get a jump start on the season. That said, they are sensitive to changes in moisture and humidity that can algae growth and other fungal issues. Get the reasons for this and how to prevent it here.

Organic Seed Information: Using Organic Garden Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Did you ever wonder what constitutes an organic plant? The USDA has a set of guidelines for this. Read here for a guide to true organic seed gardening so you are armed with information to protect you and your family.

Community Seed Banks: How To Start A Seed Bank

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Starting a seed bank is an easy way to contribute to the protection of your regional fauna and ensure future generation?s access to them. What is a seed bank? Read here for information on creating your own seed storage.

Seed Pods Are Soggy – Why Are My Seed Pods Mushy

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

When collecting seeds from the plants, you may find that the seed pods are soggy. Why is this and are the seeds still ok to use? Learn more about whether drying out wet seeds is possible in this article.

Seed Starting Times: When To Start Seeds For Your Garden

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

It's time to start your garden, but when do you start seeds? The answer depends upon your zone. Read the following article to get some important seed starting tips. Click here for more information.

What Are GMO Seeds: Information About GMO Garden Seeds

By Jackie Carroll

When it comes to the topic GMO garden seeds, there can be a lot of confusion. Many questions abound. Find out more about GMO seed information in this article. Click here to learn more now.

Soilless Grow Mix: Information About Making Soilless Mix For Seeds

By Amy Grant

While seeds may be started in standard garden soil, there are a number of reasons to use a seed starting soilless medium instead. Learn more about using soilless planting mix for seeds in this article.

Seed Stratification: What Seeds Require Cold Treatment

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

When it comes to seed germination, many people do not realize that some seeds require cold treatment in order for them to sprout properly. Read this article to learn more about seed stratification.

Seed Packet Information: Interpreting The Seed Packet Directions

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

Many people prefer to start flower and vegetable gardens from seeds. While understanding seed packet info may seem confusing, correctly interpreting the seed packet directions is fundamental. Learn more here.

Seed Coat Stuck – Tips For Removing The Seed Coat After Germination

By Heather Rhoades

It happens to the best of gardeners. You plant your seeds and a few come up looking a little different. On closer inspection, you find the seed coat is still attached to the leaves. Why? This article will help.

How To Soak Seeds Before Planting And The Reasons For Soaking Seeds

By Heather Rhoades

Soaking seeds before planting is an a??old timea?? gardenera??s trick that many new gardeners are not aware of. Read the reasons for soaking seeds and how to soak seeds in this article.

Storing Seeds – How To Store Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Collecting and storing seed is economical and an excellent way to continue the propagation of a hard-to-find plant. Seed storage requires cool temperatures, low humidity, and dim to no light. Learn more here.

Learn About F1 Hybrid Seeds

By Jackie Rhoades

Much is written in today?s gardening community about the desirability of heirloom plant varieties over F1 plants. What are F1 hybrid seeds? This article will explain more about them, so click here to learn more.

Thinning Seedlings: Tips For How To Thin Plants

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

Thinning plants is a necessary evil we must all face. Knowing when and how to thin plants is important for their overall health and success. This article will help that. Click here to learn how to thin plants.

Why Are My Seedlings Leggy? What Causes Leggy Seedlings And How To Prevent It

By Heather Rhoades

We watch with excitement as our seedlings grow taller, only to realize that they have gotten floppy. If you are wondering what causes leggy seedlings and how to prevent them, read this article.

Methods For Germinating Seeds – Learning How To Successfully Germinate Seeds

By Heather Rhoades

Inexperienced gardeners may think the steps for how to germinate seeds is the same for all seeds. This is not the case. The best way to germinate seeds depends on various factors, which can be found here.

Controlling Cross Pollination – How To Stop Cross Pollination

By Heather Rhoades

Cross pollination can cause problems for gardeners who wish to save the seeds of their vegetables or flowers from year to year. Read this article to learn about controlling cross pollinating in plants.

Learn The Difference Between Non-Hybrid Seeds And Hybrid Seeds

By Heather Rhoades

The terms hybrid seeds and non-hybrid seeds are especially confusing due to a rather heated political debate that is occurring around these terms. Read here to learn more about their differences.

Planting Old Seeds – Can You Use Out-Of-Date Seeds?

By Heather Rhoades

It happens to all gardeners. We plant a few seeds then throw the rest in a drawer, finding them later and wondering if they're still good. Is it a waste of time germinating old seeds? Read here to find out.

Preventing White, Fluffy Fungus On Seed Starting Soil

By Heather Rhoades

Many people enjoy starting their own seeds. Not only is it enjoyable, but it is economical as well. But many people can become frustrated if white, fluffy fungus kicks in. Learn more about it here.

What Is Damping Off?

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

Damping off is a term commonly used for indicating the sudden death of seedlings. Damping of can be alarming to a gardener, so knowing what to look for can help. Learn more in this article.

Cheap Seed Starting – How To Germinate Seeds At Home

By Heather Rhoades

Once you learn how to germinate seeds, you will always be able to have cheap plants. It is easy to get started with cheap seed starting. Look at how to germinate seeds in this article.

Using Potting Soil In The Ground To Start Seeds

By Heather Rhoades

For some gardeners, starting seeds out in the garden is impossible to consider. So what is a gardener to do when they cannot start indoors? One option is to use potting soil in the ground. Read here for more info.

How To Harden Off Your Seedlings

By Heather Rhoades

These days many gardeners are growing plants from seeds. Growing plants from seeds is easy with a few precautions, like how to harden off your plants before setting them out. This article will help with that.

When And How To Transplant Seedlings Into The Garden

By Heather Rhoades

One common question from people growing plants from seeds is "how do I know when my seedlings are big enough to put out in my garden?" This is a good question to ask, and this article will help.

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