Seed starting is fun and easy – unbelievably easy. When starting in-doors, make sure seedlings get WARMTH and MOISTURE, critical ingredients to germination. Once seedlings have emerged, they still prefer moister conditions in establishing roots in their new home.
1. Ready materials
(seed, soil, container with drainage hole at bottom, water)
2. Fill container with soil
3. Make a hole
4. Put seed into hole
5. Cover with soil
And finally, watch for your seedlings to sprout! Thanks to City Farm volunteer Julia for learning how to start seeds with us!