When planting indoors we typically place 2-3 seeds in each section to see which one will do the best. We then go back in after they start growing to thin the seedlings down to the recommended space. We use these thinned down seedlings as “microgreens”. Not only are they extremely tasty, but very nutritious as well! Help Your Seedlings Transition Outdoors Before You Transplant by Hardening Off: https://ift.tt/2EUbn6Z See what you need to get started […]
March is one of our favorite months of the year. Life is beginning to emerge from the cold of February, and new sprouts are everywhere! In March, we’re starting many things directly from seed outdoors, and continuing to plant new rounds of spring seeds indoorsto transplant later. The climate is different in every location and you can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal Web App.
We start a lot of our plants indoors especially in the spring time before our first spring frost. Check out how easy it is to start them in this video!
Seed starting has always been challenging. It never failed that we would forget to water the seeds at some point and then most would die on us. We just discovered this AMAZING seed starting tray from Burpee that is self-watered for up to 10 days! It makes growing seeds indoors so simple!! Watch as us put it together and get ready to plant our seeds for the spring.
February is a great time to get started with growing seeds indoors!
The seeding square makes square foot gardening easy for everyone! The color-coded seed spacer optimizes your space for square foot gardening and helps you maximize your planting space in your garden. Check our blog about square foot gardening here. Our favorite use of the seeding square is using it for our kids. It helps them not only to plant, but to teach colors and counting as well! Great gardening tool! You can buy Seeding Square […]
Our tomatoes have outgrown their containers that we started them in and now it’s time to transplant them into larger pots until they go out into the garden in a few weeks. I want to wait until night time temperatures are consistently in the 50s before I plant them outside. We’ve had unseasonably warm temperatures this year but you never know when a random freeze is around the corner in Oklahoma! You can go ahead […]