I have good news for all of those readers who took my advice and ordered their vegetable seeds. Even though it may still feel like winter in some parts, now is a perfect time to start planting any seeds that need eight to 12 weeks of growing time before last frost.
Things like peppers and eggplants benefit from a good head start before they go into the garden because they need a little longer than our average summer to produce lots of fruit.
There are 4 things you should know before you start getting out the potting mix.
For a plant to grow from a seed, it will need light, oxygen, water, a growing medium and something to actually grow in. While this may sound simple, there are lots of spots to make mistakes — and I know first hand that even a little mistake means starting back at the beginning.