It’s that time again! Actually, I’ve been planting seeds weekly for about a month — some cold hardy crops outdoors in the cold frame, some herbs in milk jugs sealed with duct tape, a leguminous cover crop under the straw mulch outside, clover on the pathways, and most recently a round of indoor germination of warmer crops started in the basement. This video gives good tips on how to get started and what to watch out for. Seeds are cheaper than buying plant starts, so they’re a great way to experiment with new varieties.
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