As Ye Sow...

TomatoIt is not too early to order Italian seeds for your garden. I already have and look forward to getting some of these seeds started in grow packs and giving them a head start under grow lights. That way I can harden them off by placing the seedings outside for a few hours each day as the weather gets warmer and take them in at night.

By the time all danger of frost has gone by, I can transplant my seedlings directly into the garden, giving me a head start on an early harvest!


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