This page should also be read: Guide to Starting Seeds Indoors
Starting your seeds indoors is a great way to get a "jump start" on your garden. By starting your seeds indoors a few weeks before your last frost, you should have plenty of small seedlings ready to be transplanted into your garden beds once planting season begins.
Pick a Proper Location
You'll need to decide what is the best location you have access to indoors for starting your seeds. Usually this would be a south-facing window with adequate outdoor light coming in. For an organized set-up, you can use shelves. You can easily hang your lights from them and there is plenty of room for your seedlings at all stages of their growth.
Use Good LightingYou can also get away with starting your seeds in any room, even without a window, as long as you add the use of grow lights. This might be a good option for you if you don't have access to a south-facing window with adequate outdoor light. Double your success by using a south facing window and grow lights, or full-spectrum lighting.
Choose a Planting MediumBy far the easiest way to start your seeds indoors is to use Seed Starting Soil Pellets. To use them, place them in a large tray. Fill the tray with enough hot water to cover the pellets. This will start to expand the pellets and get them ready for planting. Once the pellets are fully expanded, if there is any extra water remaining in your tray, gently drain.
Carefully tear open the top of the pellet to expose the entire surface area. Using the end of a pencil or other small object, put a small hole in the soil of each pellet. Plant your seeds as directed.
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