7 Tips to Start Seeds in the Winter

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How to Sow Your Seeds
1. Provide a proper home. Seeds want more than plain old garden soil. I use an organic blend of sphagnum peat and perlite ($9.95 for six quarts; gardeners.com... more 
Photo by: Gap Photos
How to Sow Your Seeds
1. Provide a proper home. Seeds want more than plain old garden soil. I use an organic blend of sphagnum peat and perlite ($9.95 for six quarts; gardeners.com ). Fill up a subdivided plastic tray that fits into a drainage flat. And plant two or three seeds in each cell.

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