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How To Grow Your Favorite Veggies From Seeds

How To Grow Your Favorite Veggies From Seeds

Tips and tricks for growing your favorite plants and veggies at home

Home grown seeds bring invaluable benefits to your home and garden. If the cost efficiency doesn’t sell to you alone, rest assured, you are also 100% in control of the organic, ethical practices of caring and nurturing your plants. Growing from seeds also allows you to experience an earlier harvest and a greater yield, since you can start at the first signs of spring. Starting from seeds allows for a wider range of variety in your garden, as seeds are available in a greater variety as compared to the few variety of plant starters you may find at a store.

The first step to growing from seeds is to consider your source. The best seeds will come from organic farmers, and if the plant was a robust, productive phenotype. Great plants for the beginner green thumb include: basil, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, chives, leeks, lettuce, onions, peppers, and tomatoes. The key to success is knowing your seeds, and paying attention to their needs.

For step-by-step instruction on growing your seeds to perfection, visit the link below.

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