Growing an edible garden

   Nov 03

Starting seeds in small seed propagators

This weekend I bought myself a seed propagator. I normally start all my plants from seed and use whatever I have to keep the little
seed pots moist. Normally I just cover them up with some plastic foil.

But when I looked through the garden center I found a little seed propagator on special and couldn’t resist buying it.
It’s much more comfortable to use and hopefully will speed up the germination and give better results.



I filled it up with seed raising mix and planted spring onion, spinach and silver beet.
Previously I had difficulties and poor germination rate when starting silver beet and spinach from seed.
I hope this seed propagator will increase my success with these plants.


I used a little sticky note to keep track of what I planted and when.


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