Tricks of the trade for starting flower seed
publication date: Mar 1, 2004
We’ve had our share of disasters like this around here, and like before, it has been our ability to start seeds fast that saves us. Whenever we have a calamity, Frank goes into gear and plants thousands of seedlings, and we replant quickly. Luckily, we had a batch of larkspur seed ready to go, so we were able to replant.
Knowing a few tricks can make a big difference in seed starting, and it saved our larkspur crop. We’ll give you a rundown on some of the basic seed starting concepts, and then tell you a few tricks we’ve learned.
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