Gardening 101: Seed Starting For Beginners



The general rule of thumb is to start your seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before the last danger of frost. You can push it a little bit earlier, if you have cloches, cold frames, frost blankets, a greenhouse, or some other sort of season extension. But if you don’t have those, you should make sure to plant out after the danger of frost has passed, rather than risk losing your crops to a late frost.

Source: One Green Generation


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