When to Start Seeds Indoors for Spring Planting

Find the perfect time to start seeds indoors for thriving plants! Avoid setbacks and find planting success for thriving gardening!

A general rule of thumb is to start seeds 6 weeks before the last frost date.

There are some plants that just take a long time to go from seed to harvest. Broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower for example.

Plants to Start Indoor – broccoli – brussels sprouts – cabbage – lettuce – tomatoes – cauliflower – celery – eggplant – peppers

Seed Starting Supplies – Seedling tray with cells, drip tray, and cover – Seed-starting soil mix or seed starting pellets – Grow lights – Spray bottle “mister” and watering can with rain nozzle – Plant labels – Seeds

You can start seeds in almost any small container as long as it allows drainage but the easiest and most efficient choice is a seedling tray with cells.

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