A great introduction to seed starting plants in winter!
I have lots of experience with vegetable plants and vegetable gardening. Not bragging, just old. But I recognize that I’m not an expert on any of them, I’m very forgetful, and sometimes downright dumb. So like everyone else, I turn to the Internet.
One of the vegetables I’m very familiar with is the onion. Almost impossible to screw up, hardy, no real disease threats, and can be planted almost anywhere. But still, there’s more to know. I decided to start onion seeds indoors for the first time, and that’s what I did yesterday.
There are handy assets I can pull from; my brain, seed packet instructions, and the Internet. My brain doesn’t contain information on when to start these little seeds. The seed packet does. It says 10-12 weeks before last frost date. But there’s a wrench in the works. A different seed company says that if you want really…
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