Caring for Starter Plants

Spring is here Plant Exchange! Children and the rest of us may soon enjoy sweet summer cherry tomatoes on the patio.

Flowerbeds always have room for more Black-eyed Susans. These can be yet be grown from seed in this region in time to transplant into the garden. The recent post “Time to Start Transplant Seeds” gives some tips.

We started vegetable and flower transplant seeds three weeks ago, and the short video discusses the care of the young seedlings as they grow.

Share your growing tips in the comment section if you wish. Thanks for your visit today!

Hope to see you next week.

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