What are leggy seedlings and how do I save them? If you start your baby greens or seedlings inside, some of you may be wondering, why do my seedlings look so tall and skinny? Is this ok? What do I do about it?
Many seed packs recommend starting indoors and transplant them into your garden 4-8 weeks later. While not absolutely necessary, there are a few reasons you will want to follow this recommendation when possible. Learn how and why to start seedlings indoors.
What do I plant? When do I plant it? These can feel like overwhelming questions, but for beginning gardeners can be answered in three simple steps. 1. Look at your plant hardiness zone and last frost date. 2. Plant what you want. 3. Plant when + how the seed packet recommends.
Learn how to make an indoor mini planter of baby greens! Making a baby greens garden is a simple first gardening step, and something everyone can do year-round with a sunny window sill, a recycled plastic container, some dirt and some seeds.