Starting seeds indoors | KSL Greenhouse
With the weather starting to warm up, you may be wondering how to start preparing your seeds. Keep reading to learn more about starting seeds indoors!
Starting garden plants from seeds indoors can be an enjoyable project for any gardener. It’s a relatively inexpensive way to grow a wide variety of plants. Many garden favorites are found in a greater variety of colors, sizes and growth habits as seeds, rather than as started plants.
The first thing to start thinking about is your selection, when selecting your seeds, don’t buy more seed than you will use in two or three years. With fresher seeds, the greater the chance the seeds have to stay viable.
Are you getting ready to start planting!? Though It is still too cool to officially start planting outside, starting seeds indoors can get you ahead on the process and give you that garden fix! From soil to lighting, Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes take us through the process. Happy growing! 🌱
Posted by KSL Greenhouse on Friday, February 21, 2020
- When selecting vegetable varieties, check packets for the number of days until harvest to be sure your choices will ripen before frost.
- Many long-season vegetables must be started indoors in early spring.
- Many annual flowers need an indoor start if they are to bloom during the summer.
Click here, for more details on selection, location, timing and more!
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