HELP!  My Plants are Tall, Thin, and Leggy.  What should I do?
A very common mistake some gardeners make when starting their seeds can include depriving their seedlings of the light they need to thrive and grow. If your seedlings are tall, "leggy" or thin, understand this is caused by the plant having to "reach" for their light source. To help save your seedlings, follow these simple tips!

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Margaret

Common problem. Can help to put them outside where it is cooler and light. The cool temps will slow the rapid initial growth. Be careful, not too cool and not too bright, don’t want to freeze or sunburn!

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