Start Seeds in Take-Out Coffee Cups

Save your paper or other take-out coffee cups to plant seeds in if you start seeds for the garden in the house, as we do here in upstate NY.

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Put a small hole in the bottom for drainage and fill with potting soil. I got my potting soil at a dollar store and $2 worth was more than enough for 38 starter pots. I put 3 tomato seeds to a pot and separate them later when I put them in the garden.

By kemperjl from Gilbertsville, NY

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