Early Spring Plant Starts

When you start seeds in the early spring, you need to keep them gently warmed to get the best rate of germination. The perfect gentle heat is on top of the refrigerator. Cover the trays so they won't dry out. You can stack them up if you're starting a lot of seeds.

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As soon as they germinate, they'll need light, so check every day or two.

By Louise the Frugal Yankee

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