As some of you know, I am big into gardening, and due to the frugal "me", most of what I plant happen to be vegetables. So I thought I'd post a bit about starting and maintaining a vegetable (and fruit) garden.
First I had been saving small containers over the past 9 months to start my seedlings in. But then after doing a lot of reading in books, magazines and on the internet, I decided that investing a small amout of money into buying those mini greehouses was a better idea as they hold the moisture in better. Because if you use a bunch of little pots, you have to have a tray of some sort to set them on, and then cover them with saran wrap for the moisture rentention, which weeps and drips, and the little plast greenhouses just worked better for me. I found them for $4 each and they hold 72 seedlings. I did start my lettuce, spinach and cucumbers in some cheap peat pots as they just don't transplant well when taken out of a little pot. In the small containers that I had been saving I decided to start my flower seedlings.
The broccoli sprouted this morning, and I assume the others will start in the next few days.
Anyone else starting their seedlings? Planting time is coming quick!
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