Seed Starting for a Jump on This Year’s Garden!

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Why start your garden seeds indoors for an early start in the garden? Starting seeds indoors has lot of rewards, including an earlier harvest and the satisfaction of taking charge of your garden’s vigor. There are some crops do better seeded directly into the garden but there are others that work well as transplants that can be started  indoors and theSeed Starting with Minda Daughtry N.C. Cooperative Extension Agent - Horticulturen transplanted to the garden with a vigorous root system. This helps you move up the harvest date. If you have to wait for outdoor soil to reach the optimal temperature, you’ll miss out on growing days. But by starting seeds indoors and transplanting them when the time is right, they’ll have a head start on growing. Join us for a demonstration on how to build your own affordable seed starting grow shelf! Call your local library to reserve a seat!

Marianna Black Library – Bryson City, NC. (828) 488-3030

Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library – Cashiers, NC (828) 743-0215

Jackson County Public Library – Sylva, NC (828) 586-2016