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How To Start Garden Seeds With An Indoor Greenhouse

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It’s so easy to start garden seeds with a little help from an indoor greenhouse! What can I say? I’ve had a lot of time on my hands. Planning out the garden this year has been different than previous years. There are just so many unknowns these days and we need to save funds for what very well could be heading our way. That means that this year I couldn’t rationalize spending the extra money on starter plants for the vegetable garden. I decided to go the see route. Read on to find out just how easy it is to start garden seeds with an indoor greenhouse.

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How To Start Garden Seeds With An Indoor Greenhouse

This is the first time that I’ve started an entire garden worth of seeds myself, but I figured that I’m well versed in planting the occasional bean sprouts from the elementary school days. How hard could it be?

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It’s actually quite easy and I’m excited to share this with you. The method is also fun for kids to help out so it’s a great family activity as well.

 

 

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Starting Seedlings

What you’ll need:

 

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There are so many different indoor greenhouse styles and brands. Basically you’ll need something with a dome to cover the tray when you are finished planting. This will assist in helping the seeds to sprout in a timely manner. You’ll also need some peat pellets to get those seedlings to sprout.

I also had a few measuring cups for dispensing the water and a fork on hand to fluff the peat pellets.

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What you’ll do:

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  • Pour just under 2 ounces of warm water over each pellet.
  • After the pellets expand, pull away the netting to reveal an indention in the center and then fluff with a fork.
  • Place 2-3 seeds in the middle of each pellet.
  • Cover seeds with peat from the sides.
  • Label your rows.

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  • Put the dome over the tray and then place in a warm area indoors that’s also not in direct sunlight.

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This will act as an indoor greenhouse!

 

  • When seeds start to sprout, simply prop open the dome. You’ll also want to water as needed.

Your seedlings will grow and be ready to transplant in your garden in a couple of months!

 

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