It Starts with A Seed.

Spring is around the corner. Well, not really. But it will show its sunny self when we least expect it. And that means, it’s time to think about plans for spring time gardening. “We love Target” is going to have the shelves full of weed killers, seed packets, and fancy lanterns in no time. So, in preparation for the mass rush to buy buy buy, dig dig dig, water water water, and then enjoy the flourish, get brushed up on your seed germination education. Sunset shares with us tips on starting crops, flowers, and plants from seeds. Don’t fret – its not that hard. You just have to be diligent about watering and feeding.

stat plants, flowers crops from seed

Vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant, need a long, warm growing season to produce a harvest. If you plan to grow your own seedlings, start such crops indoors in late winter in order to have plants ready to set out in the garden when the weather has warmed up. If you want to plant tomato seedlings in May, for instance, you’ll need to start those seeds by early March. Flip the page

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