The start of the new year in the northern hemisphere often turns us toward thoughts of our garden already. Those seed catalogs start rolling in, the days slowly start to get a little bit longer, we start to get a little restless, but it really isn’t time to start those seeds just yet in most areas. This will depend on your growing zone, of course, and when your last spring frost date is, but it will also depend on what you’re planning to grow. So, this first episode of the new year I’m going to talk a little bit about some techniques you can use to determine when the best time is for you to start your spring seedlings, and how to time them accordingly. So, let’s dig in to how to perfectly time starting your seeds indoors.
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