It is time, my gardening friends! Many of us are getting our spring seedlings going as we speak. Now whether you’ve been starting your own seeds indoors for years or you are new to getting a jump on the gardening season in this way, it can sometimes be a challenge. One year you may have beautiful, strong plants that take off the moment you put them outside in the garden and the next year you may have spindly weaklings that seem to struggle from the get-go. What gives? There are a lot of factors that go into starting seeds indoors and growing them in a way that makes them strong and healthy enough to go outside and really do well. Some factors are beyond our control but today I’m going to give you five things to incorporate into your seed starting procedures to help you get your gardening season, and your seedlings, off to the strongest start possible.
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