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Citrus Peel for Seedling Starter Pots

Do you start your own seeds each spring? Try this. Start saving your orange, grapefruit, Cutie, and such peels. But, instead of peeling them normally, first slice them in half. Use the empty halves to fill with soil and your seeds. I have some old rusty muffin pans I use to stand them up in. Then, when you are ready to transplant, you plant the entire thing.

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You can do the same with egg shells, however they are much smaller and would outgrow it sooner.

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