It's Winter! What to do in the garden now?!

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It's Winter! What to do in the garden now?!

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January, or February, is when many gardeners begin to think about what they want to grow and start ordering their seeds (click here to enter our online seed shop).

If you are interested in starting plants inside, February is not too early to begin preparing for this. Expanding seed starting soil pods will come in handy and make starting your seeds indoors much easier.

Here are some more related links/blog posts:

Getting Started: A Guide to Starting Seeds Indoors
https://www.seedsnow.com/pages/getting-started-starting-seeds-indoors

How to Get Even Better Seed Germination
https://www.seedsnow.com/blogs/news/how-to-get-better-germination-from-your-seeds

Tips for Successfully Starting Your Seeds Indoors
https://www.seedsnow.com/blogs/news/16515489-tips-for-successfully-starting-your-seeds

In March, in addition to starting plants inside, gardeners with cold frames (see season extension techniques) may use them either to start an early crop of greens (especially spinach) or to start plants like broccoli that will later get transplanted outside the cold frame.

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