Starting plants from seed opens a world of possibilities to gardeners of all skill levels. Many vegetables, annual flowers, and even perennial plants can be started from seed using a few basic supplies and easy-to-master techniques. This can be an economical way to fill garden space and enjoy a much wider variety of plants than you could find in any nursery. Join associate editor Carol Collins and her expert guest Niki Jabbour as they share tips and tricks from their decades of seed-starting experience. Together they will cover the basics and delve into more advanced topics such as timing and stratification. Participants will learn about which tools and supplies the pros recommend to make seed starting easier, and will learn how to set up a simple lighting system. Build your gardening skills and enjoy the satisfying feeling of growing plants from scratch with this fun, fast-paced webinar.
|Niki Jabbour is the author of The Year-Round Vegetable Garden and a Fine Gardening contributor.|
|Carol Collins is the associate editor at Fine Gardening.|
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