Seeds ✿ Propagation Tips

Seed starting tips, how to sow indoors or outdoors, planting calendars, plus other plant propagation tips for vegetables, flowers, perennials, and more. You don't need a greenhouse to grow a garden.
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How to Remove Permanent Marker from Plastic Plant Tags
If you want to remove permanent marker from plastics including plant tags, I’ll show you which products work. It’s not only frugal to reuse plant tags, but helps prevent plastics from going to waste when they are still useful.
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How to Propagate Sweet Potatoes to Grow New Slips
Step-by-step instructions showing how to grow sweet potato slips to create new plants. Includes water jar and potting mix propagation methods.
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How to Save Seeds: Collecting Seeds From Your Garden Plants
Follow these tips to harvest and store seeds from your flowers, fruits, and veggies. With the right timing and storage, you’ll have free seeds ready for next season.
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How to Save Seeds: Collecting Seeds From Your Garden Plants
Follow these tips to harvest and store seeds from your flowers, fruits, and veggies. With the right timing and storage, you’ll have free seeds ready for next season.
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Simple Trick to Save the Best Seeds from Your Garden
Use this tip while your flowers are blooming to guarantee you save top-quality seeds for next year’s planting. The healthiest flowers, fruits, and vegetables have superior genetics, so be sure to mark your best for later.
If your indoor seedlings are wilting, bent, swollen, or turning brown, it may be damping-off disease. Learn about the causes, identification, and how to prevent it in the future. Seedlings Indoors, Flower Seedlings, Starting Seeds, Seed Starting Mix, Starting Seeds Indoors, Garden Veggies
Wilting Seedlings? It Could Be Damping-Off Disease
If your indoor seedlings are wilting, bent, swollen, or turning brown, it may be damping-off disease. Learn about the causes, identification, and how to prevent it in the future.
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Best Soil Temperatures For Sowing Flower & Herb Seeds
Use our seed germination temperature chart to sprout flower and herb seeds. The right blend of moisture and soil warmth is key for successful germination.
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How to Prepare Seedlings for Transplanting Outdoors (Harden Off)
To ensure a successful transition of indoor seedlings and plants from your home or greenhouse to outdoor conditions, you need to gradually harden them off over a week or two around the time of your average last frost date in spring.
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When to Use Rooting Hormone for Plant Propagation
When to Use Rooting Hormone for Plant Propagation Not all plant cuttings need or benefit from rooting hormone. Find out when and if you should use it when propagating plants.
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When to Use Rooting Hormone for Plant Propagation
Rooting hormone helps some plant cuttings grow new roots but it is not recommended for all plants. Find out when—or if—to use it when growing new plants from cuttings.
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Seed Storage: Top Tips For Storing Seeds at Home
Use these tips to store your seeds at home and keep them viable as long as possible. There are lots of options using an assortment of containers so long as the seeds are kept cool and dry.
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Indoor Seed Starting: Best DIY Setup on a Budget
Indoor Seed Starting: Best DIY Setup on a Budget You don't need a lot of expensive equipment to start seeds indoors. This shows what I use to start hundreds of new plants indoors each year.
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How to Sow Native Seeds Outdoors (Easy Over-Winter Method)
This method shows how to sow native plant seeds outdoors over winter in a cold climate. The seeds are sown in pots, covered with screen to keep animals out, and exposed to winter conditions to provide the moist stratification they need.
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How to Winter Sow Seeds & Recommended Sowing Schedule
Winter sowing is a seed starting method that makes use of outdoor conditions (cold weather and sunshine) to germinate seeds when it’s freezing outside. Grab old milk jugs or other containers to act like mini greenhouses and let’s get started.
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Onion Sprouted in Your Kitchen—Can You Grow It? Or Eat it?
It’s common for onions to start sprouting in our kitchens. Discover why you might want to skip eating a sprouted onion and consider growing it instead.